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20 August 2019, 10:17
Hollywood actress Jada Pinkett-Smith has shared how she believes late rapper Tupac would've been if he co-host her Facebook Series Red Table Talk.
Jada Pinkett Smith has revealed how her wildly popular Red Table Talk Facebook series would be if it featured her long-time late friend, and legendary rapper Tupac.
Pac was known for his ability to express his feelings and thoughts on topic and would ideally have been a good fit to host the show. As Jada tells it, Pac would have been so amazed with the concept, he might have been so passionate he'd become a co-host.
In a recent interview with Metro UK, Jada imagined what it would've been like if Tupac hosted on her famous Red Table Talk series.
The Hollywood actress revealed "If Pac was still alive, we would probably talk about everything. He would probably live on that show. I know him"
Jada said "He would be like, “Yo, we gotta talk about this, this week, did you see what happened? We gotta go to Sweden, did you see A$AP [Rocky]? They got him all locked up, we got to go'" she told Metro.
She continued "I’d probably have to do a Red Table Talk specifically for ‘Pac," Jada said.
"I’d probably do a male version of Red Table Talk with ‘Pac. I would have done that with him because he would have just been so great for something like that. So maybe we would do the Red Table and the Blue Table for him."
The idea of seeing Pac be the perfect host for the "talk show" is heartwarming, as the show helps guest to talk about their problems.
Jada has previously spoken about the special bond herself and Tupac had, with him being one of her closest friends.
It's no secret that the pair had a complex relationship and while it never quite reached a romantic status, it was clearly a passionate and loving dynamic.