Who was tupac shakur dating before he died
' Moving on' is one of the important things that you need to learn in your life.
No matter what happens in life, you always need to be prepared for any situation.
"Tupac was love of my life," she said in an autobiography of her father, Quincy Jones and she added, Kidada Jones also dated rapper and actor, LL Cool J. Jones and Cool J seemed close to each other and they were spotted together in different places and social sites but their relationship didn't last long and they broke up in 2003.
Seems like the model had her time dating famous celebrities, she keeps a pretty low profile now and we don't even know for sure if she's married.
Because life is not certain and you cannot predict the possible drastic changes.
Kidada Jones went through the same situation while she had to lose the love of her life, Tupac Shakur.
“It was the first day and he came over to me and introduced himself,” Pinkett Smith recalled in an interview.
“And in high school, Pac was a little funny looking.
The tragic incident happened when Shakur was on the way to pick Jones.
Here are the five facts of Kidada you may be interested to know.
“And when I tell you it had to be the most disgusting kiss for us both.” The Girl’s Trip actress said that she feels “the higher power just did not want that.” She added, “we might have killed each other because we were both so passionate and we love deeply.” Still, their bond was so intense that Pinkett Smith inspired poems by Shakur that were posthumously published in . “And he felt as though I had changed,” Pinkett Smith told Stern. It was a mentality he started to come out of before he was murdered.” Pinkett Smith said she worried that Shakur – a successful artist just years after they completed high school – was going in “a destructive direction.” FROM COINAGE: The 7 Most Expensive Music Videos When Shakur was killed in September 1996, Pinkett Smith hadn’t been speaking to her friend after a “hardcore” argument about their changing lives.
“It definitely taught me a lesson, which is life is too short,” she said.
Pinkett Smith told Howard Stern in a June 2015 interview, “I’ve never in my life met a person like Pac.