(AllHipHop News) It's no secret Jada Pinkett-Smith had a super-tight relationship with rapper Tupac Shakur.
The pair grew a close bond during the early days of the career attending the Baltimore School of Arts and they remained tight as they both blew up in their respective professions.
Tupac was infamously gunned down in September of 1996 on the Las Vegas strip in a murder that remains unsolved to this day.
During an interview with MTV's "Personal Space with Josh Horowitz," Jada got deep when discussing Pac, who is on her mind every day of her life.
"There's not a day that goes by that I don't think about Pac. I think about him every single day," Jada Pinkett-Smith revealed.
Elsewhere in the interview, Jada recounts how Pac helped her land her groundbreaking role as "Ronnie" in the 1993 classic, "Menace II Society."
She also credits her hit show "Red Table Talk" with saving her relationship with her husband, actor Will Smith.
"Some of those stories helped me save my relationship with Will, some of those stories prevented me from making some of the biggest mistakes with my children," Jada revealed. "And that's what life's about, us being able to gift each other in that way though those experiences."
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