Jada Pinkett Smith Drug Dealing?


Whoever knew that our beloved and sassy Jada Pinkett Smith was a drug dealer! Don't believe us? Just look at this comment she made while on Sirius XM's Sway's World this Wednesday.

"When I first met Pac, when we first met, I was a drug dealer."

That's right, not only was she drug dealing, but it was during the time she was befriending the late Tupac Shakur. Pinkett Smith described her meeting with the 'Juice' star and how they became friends. She explains how she met him at the Baltimore School of the Arts during the first day of school. Pinkett Smith, who is now 46, admitted the emotions she feels now that the Shakur biopic "All Eyez on Me" has been released. She finds the movie quite "hurtful" due to the creators "reimagining" their relationship. She told Sway's World that when describing her relationship of our cherished and beloved rapper, she found it "kind of hard because I haven't really told the whole story."

"I've been having kind of an existential crisis around Pac because I was coming out, he was coming in, and there was a point at which we met," Pinkett Smith told Sway. "And then we kinda were going our separate ways. And i just felt like, 'OK, God, one day you're going to do for Pac what you did for me, which is, you saved me.' And that just never happened for him". Pinkett Smith metaphorically referencing the fatal 1996 drive-by that led to Shakur's death.

The "Girl's Trip" actress explained that being a drug dealer and experiencing such "in the life" was something she kept secret for very long. She goes into disclosing how it wasn't a good time in her life and it was the result of something "very bad" that occurred to her during such time. She paraphrased that, however, this part of her life was crucial to share because it finally allows people to see the extent of who Pinkett Smith and Shakur were together as a couple. Not only that, but due to her outrage to the new biopic on the late rapper, she felt as though it would do some justice, especially due to the lack of diversity and awareness in Hollywood. 

"It's not for me to try to protect his legacy, and...whatever Pac's fate has been around his life, around his story, around his legacy, God's got it, and I just got to really lay down my feelings and trust that God's got it."

~Kayla Steward
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