The 'truth' behind Tupac and Jada Pinkett Smith's relationship: Corey Holcomb claims rapper never desired the actress

According to Holcomb, Tupac would be rolling over in his grave if he knew Jada Pinkett was telling people they had an intimate love affair


                            The 'truth' behind Tupac and Jada Pinkett Smith's relationship: Corey Holcomb claims rapper never desired the actress
Corey Holcomb expressed heated views on Jada Pinkett Smith's relationship with the late Tupac Shakur (@corey_holcomb/Instagram and Getty Images)
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The host of the Corey Holcomb 5150 Show had some controversial thoughts concerning Jada Pinkett Smith's relationship with the late Tupac Shakur in a recent show, claiming that the 'Death Row' icon never desired her in the first place. According to Holcomb, Tupac would be rolling over in his grave if he knew Pinkett was telling people they had an intimate love affair.

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Holcomb stated, "This whole Tupac thing has gone too far. Everybody saw how Tupac was. Why is she actin' like Tupac would have been with her? Tupac would have been said, 'Look, b***h. You ain’t got nothin' else to offer but your funky a*s.' Wonder why they call you b***h? Have you ever heard Tupac's music? Tupac would not tolerate someone like that on his shoulder. F**k you. You claiming Tupac, you just name-dropping. Tupac probably like, 'B***h, stop tellin' m***********s that I was your friend.' God d***. I can't believe the world really allows this stuff."

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The letter Holcomb is referring to is a statement to Tupac from Jada and Will Smith's then 11-year-old daughter Willow, in which she stated, "I know you are alive someplace. I think that my mommy really misses you. Can you please come back so mommy and me can be happy! I wish you were here. I really do!"

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The friendship between Tupac and Pinkette dates back to the 1980s when the two teenagers met at Baltimore School for the Arts. Pinkett has always claimed that their connection was completely platonic, yet she frequently trends whenever Tupac has a birthday, anniversary, or anniversary of any other big milestones he achieved, giving the impression that there was more to their narrative. Yo-Yo, Ice Cube's protégé and a former girlfriend of Tupac denied that Pinkett was the love of his life.

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She stated, "Tupac had a love for Jada but he had a love for women. Anyone he dealt with he loved. He had many loves. He loved sincerely and if he gave you a piece of him you would remember. He probably slept with some of my friends, but we all love him."

"He had a rule for me that we couldn't hang out too much on the road, but he would always sneak my sister out. I'd wake up in the middle of the night and she'd be gone, I would beep him and beep her, and they wouldn't answer and I would be like stop taking my sister out. I'm responsible for her," Yo-Yo concluded.

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