Fabolous has joined in on the internet piling onto Jada Pinkett-Smith for her ongoing discussion of 2Pac 27 years after his death amid her relationship with Will Smith.
Fat Joe linked up with Jada on Sunday (October 15) ahead of the release of her Worthy memoir at his UP NYC sneaker store and Joey Crack gifted her a pair of his signature Terror Squad Nike Air Force 1’s.
Fabolous, Jim Jones, N.O.R.E. and more flooded The Bronx native’s comment section, while Fab jabbed at the “TS” being named after Tupac Shakur instead of Terror Squad for JPS.
“The TS stands for… #ICouldntResist,” he wrote.
Rap Radar‘s Brian “B. Dot” Miller chimed in: “al-Qaeda Jada.”
Fat Joe put his journalist cap on and questioned Jada about the headlines she’s made on her Worthy press run — which hits book retailers on Tuesday (October 17) — with one viral story being about her referring to the late 2Pac as her “soulmate.”
“I said he was my soulmate? You gotta read the book. I’ma just tell you right now, it’s very clear in the book. Me and Pac were never an item. Never, Joe,” she replied saying she was never intimate with Pac.
“People make too many assumptions because I be trying to keep stuff close to the chest. We were never together. And people when they read the book, they’ll see how deep our friendship was. I let Joe know it wasn’t nothing with me and Pac. Get the book and you’ll get the story.”
Jada Pinkett-Smith shed light on her friendship with 2Pac during an interview with RollingOut last week as the talented duo spent parts of their childhood growing up together in Baltimore.
“If there is such a thing as past lives, I definitely think that Pac and I have traveled a few together,” she said. “It’s that friendship love chemistry. It was almost like God made us that way.”
“It was like, look, I’m going to put y’all together, right? Y’all are going to be a dynamic duo. But I’m going to tell you right now, I’m going to make it so y’all are not going to be able to get together ’cause that just wasn’t the purpose.”