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Keyshia Cole Reveals What 2Pac Said To Her On The Night He Was Shot

By Daryl Nelson
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Keyshia Cole said that she spoke with Tupac Shakur on the night he was shot in Vegas. The two were talking about doing a song together and on that night, she felt Pac knew something bad was going to happen.

"He told me that we were gonna do a song together the night that he got shot in Vegas," she told Steve Harvey. "It was just weird, because the night that he was saying he wanted me to work with him when we got back to L.A., it seemed like he was talking like he knew he wasn't gonna make it, just giving me a lot of advice, like, 'Don't worry about things, you're gonna be a huge star, you're a beautiful person.'"

Keyshia also revealed some advice Pac gave her on men, which also led her to believe that he knew his life was ending soon.

"'Guys are gonna wanna love you because you're beautiful, but it's also gonna be another reason why they're gonna hurt you,'" she recalled him saying. "'So you just gotta stay focused and no matter what read, read, read. They can never take the knowledge from you.' I was like, 'Why are you talking like this?'"

Do you think Pac knew he was going to die at a young age like others have theorized?

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