Kodak Black Slams Tupac And Jada, Defends Will Smith

As the world continues to dissect Will Smith and Jada’s relationship, Kodak Black decided to give advice to Will while trash talking Tupac.

After Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Grammys, Jada Pinkett Smith has caught major heat for what many feel contributed to Smith’s actions that night. Over the past years, Jada has continued to publicly show her love for Tupac Shakur. Although, the two were only friends, social media believes Jada is doing too much and it continues to affect Will Smith till this day. (View: TURNER SAW TUPAC AND JADA “WRESTLING”, ED LOVER SAYS JUST FRIENDS)

Smith also admitted his jealous over Tupac in the early nineties, as he stated during an interview on The Breakfast Club. When asked by co-host Charlemagne Tha God if Will was ever jealous of Tupac Shakur, Will answered with a “F— yeah”. “Oh my god, dude. And, that was in the early days. That was a big regret for me too, cause I could never open up to interact with ‘Pac. Cause we had a little bit of a thing, because you know they grew up together and they loved each other, but they never had a sexual relationship,” Will Smith said.

Tupac and Jada Pinkett (Different World)

Kodak Black does not believe Will should be jealous of Tupac. According to Black, Tupac “wasn’t all the way gangsta” his whole life. As seen in the video, Kodak says Tupac was dancing and attending arts school instead. Kodak Black blames Jada, and states she does not Will Smith, instead she deserves Kodak.

During the IG Live rant about Jada and Will’s relationship, Kodak Black also chimed in on Willow’s letter written to Tupac. “I would have whupped Willow’s f–kin’ a–, homie,” Kodak stated. “I would have whupped her stupid a–. Snatch my belt off, homie, and whupped her dumb a–.”

In the letter written back in 2012 to Tupac by Will Smith’s daughter, Willow begs Tupac to come back. “Dear Tupac, I know you are alive some place. I think that my mommy really misses you,” an 11-year-old Will wrote. “Can you please come back. Can you come back so [mommy] and me can be happy! I wish you were here…I really do. Love, Willow.”

“Bi–h you’re on time out, punishment,” Kodak Black added when speaking about the letter. “I ain’t doin’ that shit. Time out. I ain’t f–kin’ with you. Matter fact, I ain’t cho daddy.”


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