Tupac’s Ex Girlfriend On Ayanna Jackson: “He Did Not Rape Her”


Tupac’s Ex Girlfriend On Ayanna Jackson: “He Did Not Rape Her”

2Pac and Biggie Would’ve Never Been Murdered and Still Be Alive If Ayanna Jackson Didn’t Lie On 2Pac

Ayanna Jackson is the woman who accused Tupac Shakur of raping her in 1993, but the rap legend’s ex-girlfriend states in an interview that “he did not rape her.”

2Pac was convicted of first-degree sexual abuse and spent time behind bars. At the time, Tupac was also dating Desiree Smith. In a Vlad interview that took place in 2018, Ayanna Jackson gave her account of the night of the incident. The two first connected at Nell’s nightclub in Manhattan, when she was 18 or 19. “I was having some champagne, and he walked up behind me,” she told VladTV. “I had some jeans on that night and he placed his hands into the back pockets of my jeans,” as seen in the video below.

The second part of the interview details the disturbing assault.

Warning. The paragraphs below are graphic.

Jackson says Fuller contacted her to meet up with 2Pac. She got to the hotel suite where Pac’s crew was hanging out. According to Jackson, she went with 2Pac into the bedroom to give him a massage, which later turned into kissing.

At that point she heard the door to the bedroom open and people come in. When she turned to look, 2Pac had grabbed the back of her head, wrapped her braids around his hand, and turned her head back toward him. Jackson had been sitting on top of 2Pac while they were kissing. “I’m looking at him face to face, and I hear people talking and I hear people saying ‘oh look at her’ and ‘her ass is fat,’” she says. “I’m looking at him dead in his eye, and I’m like ‘what’s going on?’ And he’s saying to me he’s like ‘relax baby, these are my boys. I like you so much I decided to share you with them.’”

Desiree Smith has now broken her silence about the situation. In an interview with Art Of Dialogue, she admits that Shakur had told her about Jackson. She felt that she was a woman that Tupac should have kept his distance from after their encounter in the club.

Smith also believes the incident was the root of Tupac’s distrust of people “specifically because it was a black woman.” She continued saying, “He did not rape her. He did not do anything to her besides maybe (you know) pass her off.”  Smith said Tupac felt the biggest mistake he did was perhaps to “not walk her out and made her leave.”

Desiree Smith put it bluntly by stating, “that girl was responsible for his demise as well as Big’s demise because her chain of events is what started pretty much everything.” Check out the interview clip below.

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