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Nearly 20 years after Tupac Shakur's death, Jada Pinkett Smith revealed in a new interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday, June 3, what broke her intimate friendship with the late rapper before his 1996 murder."He was a revolutionary without a revolution if that makes any kind sense," Pinkett Smith, 43, dished on the Sirius XM radio show about Tupac, whom she met in high school at the Baltimore School for the Arts."The only way I can put it is that the higher power did not want it at all. It was volatile relationship." PHOTOS: The weird and wacky Smith family Together, the two went from rags to riches, literally. "When I met Pac, he owned two pairs of pants and two sweaters... He was like, ' Jada, you're a superstar.' He didn't say it about himself." She said they both made their ascent to fame together in the '90s. "There was a lot of things that transpired once he went to jail. Jail was a very difficult experience for him, and of course, we were on two sides of the spectrum. And looking back now, I totally understand where Pac was at the time...If Pac and I had any kind of sexual chemistry, we might have killed each other because we were both so passionate. "I've had never in my life met a person like Pac. "It really happened for us both at the same time," she shared. Pac and I have always had very intense conversations... It was a mentality he started to come out of before he was murdered." The actress said she dealt with immense emotion after his murder in Las Vegas.
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