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Will Smith was 'insecure'; Jada Pinkett Smith's friendship with Tupac

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Will Smith was "deeply insecure" about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith's band with Tupac.

The actress had close friends and Girls; with Tupac Shakur's late musical legend – she met her when they both attended the School of Arts for the Arts – and while the two stayed closely until Tupac went in 1996, Will, husband admitted Jada was hard to see it as close to another man.

Will – who married Jada in 1997 – argues that he knew there was nothing romantic between Jada and Tupac, but he said it was difficult for the friendly band to talk to the hip hop icon.

He explained, during his being 'The Breakfast Club'; with Charlamagne God: "I could never open to interact with Pac. You know, because we had a little thing. You know, they grew up together and they loved But they didn't have sex relationships but they were in that age where there was a chance now and then Jada was with me, so PAC had something on that, but she loved him as he was the image of perfection, but she was with the & # 39; Fresh Prince '.

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Although Will, 51, had a great chance to make his own friendship with Tupac, he says he kept it back.

He said: "I couldn't even, we were in the room together a few times and I couldn't talk to him. I don't know, he didn't talk to me if I wasn't to talk to him."

Charlamagne then said that he thought Will and Tupac would be very similar spirits, and the star acknowledged 'Suicide Squad & 39'; that he regretted not attempting to be friends with the late star.

He said: "That is what Jada would say all the time. Like, I'm telling you, you're so similar that you will love him, and I didn't … I never had a big regret. I couldn't handle it, I was on the soft rapper from Philly and it was Pac. You know what I mean? I was deep, insecure, and I didn't have enough men to handle that relationship. "

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