“All Eyez On Me” is the title of Tupac’s biopic, but his good friend Jada Pinkett-Smith noted scenes in the documentary which she said did not actually happen. Will Smith’s wife turned to Twitter to air her feelings regarding the documentary.

She tweeted that her friendship with Tupac was too precious to her but she cannot accept his biopic as truth, reports E! News. According to her, the scene where the deceased rapper read a poem for her did not happen at all. She added that she did not know about the said poem until it was printed in his book.

Tupac's biopic includes scenes that are untrue

The “Magic Mike XXL” star also said that Tupac did not say goodbye to her when he left for LA because he was in a hurry. She also tweeted that she has never been to Tupac’s shows and also denied that they have ever argued backstage. In totality the movie is hurtful says Jaden Smith’s mother.

Although she did not like the biopic, she praised Kat Graham and Demetrius Shipp Jr. for their exemplary performances in the film. The mother of two remembers Shakur’s birthday that will mark his 46th year had he continued to live. She also wrote on Twitter a very touching message saying that she will cradle her friend for eternity in her heart and that she loves him.

Tupac Shakur was gunned down in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996 and died six days after. The cause of death was respiratory failure and cardiopulmonary arrest caused by multiple gunshot wounds. Tupac died at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas at the age of 25.

Despite his short-lived career, he was able to release memorable songs.

His “All Eyez On Me” which was released in 1996 and “Greatest Hits” released in 1998 are two of the best-selling albums in the United States. He has sold 75 million records worldwide.

Tupac's great contributions in the music industry

He was dubbed as one of the most influential rappers of all time and the greatest artist of any genre by different publications including Rolling Stone.

He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame two months ago. Aside from singing, he has also appeared in several movies like “Above the Rim,” “Nothing But Trouble,” “Bullet,” “Gang Related,” and “Tupac: Resurrection.”

Tupac Shakur has been the subject of several documentaries from 1997 to 2009. His legacy is so unequaled that despite his death twenty years ago, he is still being talked until today. For Jada Pinkett-Smith, he will remain immortal. “All Eyez On Me” was released on June 16.