'The kiss was disgusting, but...', Jada Pinkett-Smith reveals moments with Tupac

'The kiss was disgusting, but...', Jada Pinkett-Smith reveals moments with Tupac

Hollywood actress Jada Pinkett Smith has revealed that she was sad because she didn't tell the late American rapper Tupac how much she loved him. 

Pinkett also revealed that they met in high school when they were younger and had feelings for each other that ended in what she called a "disgusting kiss."

The actress, whose husband Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock for making fun of her at this year's Oscars, revealed this in an interview published Monday by Blavity. 

Jada and Tupac were never an official couple, but there was always speculation about their friendship because they admired each other. 

In an interview that has now resurfaced, the actress said that the two were just platonic friends after a kissing match

It was Howard Stern who conducted the interview with the Girl's Trip star and elaborated on the history of her and Tupac's relationship. 

Jada confirmed that they met in high school and that the late rapper was always someone with great charisma, even though he only owned two pairs of pants and two sweaters.

"I met Tupac at the Baltimore School of the Arts. We went to high school together," Jada said.

Stern mentioned that Tupac's mother, the late Afeni Shakur, was a Black Panther and asked if the Juice actor was the gangster we all thought he was.

Jada replied, "He was a revolutionary without a revolution if that makes any sense? That kind of energy just morphed into a whole other thing."

It was also the public space where Tupac wrote poetry for his beloved friend. And Jada shared a few on Instagram to celebrate his birthday.

Stern asked the mother of two for her opinion on whether the poems were proof that Tupac was in love with her at one point. She denied this, saying there was no sexual chemistry.

"Now that I'm older, I have more understanding of what was between us," she said. 

"When you have two young people who have very strong feelings, but there's no physical chemistry between us. And it wasn't even just for me. It was for him, too."

Jada further clarified that she even took a test to find out if the love they felt for each other was possibly romantic.

"There was a time when I thought, just kiss me...let's just see how this goes. And when I tell you it had to be the most disgusting kiss for both of us," she laughed.

"The only way I can put it is that the higher power just didn't want that to happen because I feel like if Pac and I had had any kind of sexual chemistry, we would have killed each other because we were both so passionate and loved each other deeply," Jada Smith said.

The two eventually split after their careers began in Hollywood due to a disagreement over the path Tupac was taking at the time. 

Although the two were no longer friends after Tupac's death, Jada Smith said she felt guilty for not being able to rekindle the friendship and acknowledged that the love never died.

"I don't think I felt guilty, I was just sad that I couldn't tell him I loved him, but I know he knew that," she said with tears in her eyes.

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