Jada Pinkett Smith: Bashes “Deeply Hurtful” Tupac Biopic “Whole Eyez on Me”
Jada Pinkett Smith created it clear on Friday morning she isn’t a follower of the new movie regarding her nearby friend, the late rapper Tupac Shakur.
In a sequence of tweets, Smith called All Eyez on me, starring newcomer Demetrius Shipp jr., “Deeply Hurtful.”
“Forgive me, my relationship to PAC is simply too precious to me for the scenes altogether Eyez on me to stand as truth,” Smith began. “Pac ne’er read me that poem. I did not understand that poem existed until it was printed in his book.”
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Smith is played by kat Graham in Benny Boom’s biopic. the actual Shakur would have turned 46 on Friday.
“Pac ne’er aforesaid good-bye to me before leaving for Los Angeles. He had to go away suddenly and it was not to pursue his career. I have ne’er been to any of Pac’s shows by his request. we ne’er had an argument off-stage,” Pinkett Smith wrote on Twitter.
Smith all over with, “The re-imagining of my relationship to PAC has been deeply hurtful.”
The actress then reached out to Shipp and Graham, telling them the problems she has with the movie are “no fault of yours.”
Thank you for bringing so much heart and spirit to your roles, Smith tweeted at the actors. “You each did a gorgeous job with what you got. thanks each.”
All Eyez on me has conjointly been hit with various negative reviews, the image being called “uniformly uninspired” and “a muddled vision of Tupac.”
A insistence for comment from Boom was not soonest returned.
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