Jada Tupac Kiss: Pinkett-Smith Says ‘No Sexual Chemistry’ With Shakur

Yes, Jada kissed Tupac, it wasn’t all that, and no, they did not have any sexual connection — like none at all — kaput (mike drops on stage).

During media blitzes for the promotion of her film Magic Mike XXL, Jada Pinkett-Smith sat down with Howard Stern and dished about her relationship with Will Smith. During that chat, Jada talked about her relationship with the late Tupac Shakur, citing a report from Huffington Post.

It’s been nearly two decades since the hip hop lyrical prodigy died. Nonetheless, Jada still gets teary when talking about their complicated relationship.

Jada has never been one to hide her deeply-seated friendship with Tupac. But by her word, she and Pac never became intimate. To her, they had a volatile relationship. When Stern pressed her on it, she spoke candidly.

“You know, it’s so funny. Now being older, I have more of an understanding of what that was between us,” she said. “When you have two young people that have very strong feelings, but there was no physical chemistry between us at all, and it wasn’t even just for me! It was him too. There was a time when I was like, ‘Just kiss me! Let’s just see how this goes.’ And when I tell you it had to be the most disgusting kiss for us both. The only way I can put it is, the higher power just did not want that. “If Pac and I had any kind of sexual chemistry, we might have killed each other because we were both so passionate. And you know, we loved deeply. It was hard enough with us just being friends. It was a volatile relationship.”

For quite some time now, the Smiths have endured speculation about their marriage. Rumors have been running rampant that their marriage is one the rocks. There have also been some sources in the media reporting on a potential divorce.

Jada recently put all the buzz to rest when she spoke about their “open marriage.” During her chat with Stern, the actress and mom of two said their agreement is merely of a philosophical meaning. They are not really open to date around; it only avoids the tension created by being clingy.

“We have traveled and you’ve gotta be strong. It takes work — you know that! Here’s the deal, Howard. You gotta trust who you’re with, and at the end of the day, I’m not here to be anybody’s watcher. I’m not his watcher. He’s a grown man. I trust that the man that [sic] Will is a man of integrity. He’s got all the freedom in the world, and as long as Will can look at himself in the mirror and be OK, I’m good.”

It’s no secret Tupac was fond of Jada. He penned a poem titled with her name. It was featured three years after his death in a book, “The Rose That Grew from Concrete.”

While Pac’s death still haunts Jada, she said it taught her a “valuable life lesson.” She admitted feeling guilty for not telling him she loved him before he died.

“It wasn’t the first time that we had a bad argument and stopped speaking. That was a constant in our relationship. It definitely taught me a lesson, which is life is too short. Do not let disagreements stand in between you and people that you love and care about.”

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