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Shortly after, Tip’s character gets killed, thus setting up Janet’s character emotional state for most of the movie., Tip—joined by Jarobi from A Tribe Called Quest, Consequence and Busta Rhymes—revealed that although he enjoyed kissing Janet in the scene (they shot it around 11 times), the conditions where they were shooting weren’t ideal. ’ He was like, ‘I could see if I was f—kin’ the bitch, then I’d understand.Justice (Janet Jackson) is a young woman living in South Central, Los Angeles.She was named Justice by her late mother, who gave birth to her while attending law school.Janet Jackson still misses her late "Poetic Justice" co-star Tupac Shakur, insisting the "sweet" rapper wasn't always the tough guy he portrayed through his music.Jackson made her film debut alongside Shakur in the 1993 romance, and became close friends with the hardman hip-hop star, who was fatally shot in Las Vegas three years later. We're not supposed to leave, we have a shoot tomorrow.' He looked at me and said, 'Square!“Me and the niggas was talking about it in his trailer.
Poetic Justice reached #1 in the box office its opening weekend, grossing ,728,455. Jackson received nominations for the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song, with the Billboard Hot 100 number one song, "Again".
It was later referenced in Kendrick Lamar's single "Poetic Justice", which was titled after and based on the film.
The song sampled Jackson's "Any Time, Any Place." Shakur and fellow actors Lloyd Avery II and Dedrick Gobert would all meet violent deaths after the release of this film.
And Jackson reveals she saw Shakur's softer side on set. ' When he came back he showed me the tattoo he got on his stomach. Granted, there was another side, but he wouldn't snap or go crazy out of nowhere.
She tells Britain's Sunday Telegraph, "Pac was just silly. Not that it was an act, the person that the world knew, because that was him, too.
I adored him - he liked to play and laugh." "I remember when he said he was going back to L.