Jada Pinkett Smith is marking Tupac’s 50th birthday with a previously unreleased poem written by the late music legend. She shared his hand-written work that “you may have never heard before.”

Jada Pinkett Smith is celebrating what would have beenTupac Shakur’s 50th birthday by taking a walk “down memory lane,” as she said on social media. 
“Tupac Amaru Shakur would have been 50 midnight tonight!” Jada, 49, wrote on Instagram. “As we prepare to celebrate his legacy let’s remember him for that which we loved most his way with words. Here are a few you may have never heard before.” 
For the occasion, The Red Table Talk host shared one of her prized possessions: a hand-written poem from the late rapper, who died in 1996, on lined notebook paper.
“Pac wrote me many letters and many poems. And I don’t think this has ever been published honestly,” Jada said in a video tribute, while revealing one of his unreleased poems, titled “Lost Soulz.” She said he later dropped the song “Lost Souls,” but believes he wrote this “original concept” while incarcerated at Rikers Island in New York.