Hollywood superstar, Jada Pinkett Smith, expressed deep sadness over her character's depiction in the biopic, All Eyez On Me. The iconic TV and movie actress posted on Twitter several reassurances to certain parts of the film.

Eddie Gonzalez, Steven Bagatourian, and Jeremy Haft composed the controversial story of Tupac Shakur. A-list producer Benny Boom is the coordinator of the highly anticipated production.


Smith, 45, started off commenting on social media that she valued what she had in her friendship with Tupac so much she just couldn’t allow some of the scenes in the movie to be portrayed as real events. One of them is the segment where she and the hip-hop artist are standing by a lake. In the video, he pulls out a letter and begins to recite a sonnet he composed about her.

Jada checked facts in movie

One of the scenes in question is the segment where she and the hip-hop artist are standing by a lake.


In the video, he pulls out a letter and begins to recite a sonnet he composed about her.

To her, the scene is a very delicate moment for the two companions. It was a point in time when they both met while enrolled as students at Baltimore's School for the Arts.

Smith firmly noted that despite all things considered that scene never occurred in real life.

She commented that Shakur never recited a poem to her.

In fact, she never knew the sonnet existed until she found out about it in the 1999 release of his book ‘The Rose That Grew from Concrete.’

The "Set It Off" star likewise critiqued other moments from the production. She stated that her heartfelt friend did not once bid her farewell before he departed to Los Angeles. Smith also mentioned that she never attended any of Shakur’s performances by him demanding for her to do so.

After watching the featured presentation, Smith posted on Twitter that she found the reenactment of her friendship with the music mogul significantly malicious.

The man of the motion picture

Tupac Amaru Shakur was both a fantastic actor and highly influential hip-hop artist. In his lifetime, he sold more than 75 million records around the world. His 1996 album All Eyez On Me and Greatest Hits collection back in 1998 are listed throughout the globe as some the greatest musical compositions of all time.


People from all walks of life undeniably know Shakur as one of the most compelling rappers who ever lived. This year On April 7, the world acknowledged Shakur’s greatness once again and inducted him into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The Woo vixen’s newest film "Girl’s Trip" has a cinema premiere this week. She closed her remarks on her dear friend’s biopic by wishing him a Happy Birthday and declaring her never-ending love and admiration for him.


Back in 1996, an unknown assailant opened fire on a vehicle Shakur was in on September 7 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Medical response teams transported the prominent leader to the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada shortly afterward. Six days later, he passed away there. He was only 25-years-old.

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