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See 2Pac Profess His Love For Jada Pinkett Smith In ‘All Eyez On Me’ - WATCH

By: Monya Fleming

See 2Pac Profess His Love For Jada Pinkett Smith In ‘All Eyez On Me’ - WATCH
Tupac fans are anxiously awaiting the release of the late rapper's biopic, "All Eyez On Me" that will hit theaters on June 16.

A sneak preview of the film was shown during the MTV Movie & TV Awards Sunday night, which plays out a touching moment between Tupac and Jada Pinkett Smith. 

The clip shows Tupac Shakur (played by Demetrius Shipp Jr.) as he reads a poem to Jada Pinkett Smith (played by Katt Graham) ahead of his move to California to pursue his music career. 

Pac appears a bit nervous as he pulls out a handwritten note from his back pocket and begins reading to Pinkett Smith, "You are the Omega of my heart. The foundation for my conception of love. When I think of what a black woman should be, it’s you that I first think of.”

Jada is shown getting teary-eyed as she jokingly tells Tupac, "You haven’t even moved to California yet and you’re already going soft on me." The rapper finishes reading his poem and tells Jada she is the soft one as he wipes away her tears. 


The director of "All Eyes On Me", Benny Boom, stated last year that he wanted to show that Tupac was more than just a rapper. 
Boom explained, "I hope it will shed some light on Tupac’s story, the humanity of Tupac and bring clarity to the folklore that has become Tupac. I think that what he represents, his image and all of those things mean very different things to very different people. To the kids in the struggle, he means one thing. To women, he’s like the ultimate sex symbol of hip-hop. To those activists who are [about] Black Lives Matter and those organizations, you can still pull things from Tupac lyrics that are messages of things that are happening today. He just means so much. This is why a film is being made about him. He wasn’t just a rapper.”


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