Madonna is known for her romantic relationship with younger men. And Madonna and Tupac ‘s relationship was one of them.
Madonna was born in 1958 in Michigan, USA. Upon joining the music industry, she was a name that resonated thanks to the fiery style and trend pop songs.
So far, despite being 62 years old, Madonna still retains the heat, enthusiasm and charming appearance. Perhaps together with the sexiness of the “extravagant” that besides a glorious career, “pop queen” has no less noisy with countless quick love affair.
Madonna experienced a romance with rapper Tupac 13 years younger than her. However, around mid-1994, the male singer was in jail for 9 months for sexual assault. He wrote a farewell letter to Madonna in prison. In 1996, Tupac was killed while sitting in a car on the streets of Las Vegas.
One of Tupac’s letters, revealed in 2007, said the late rapper confessed that he broke up with her in 1995 because of his skin complexion. He also expressed his passionate love for Madonna and it was painful to say goodbye.
The reason why Tupac Shakur gave up his love for Madonna was through a letter he wrote in 1995. At the time he was serving a sentence at the Clinton Correctional Facility. In the letter he called Madonna by the name “M”.
“I thought for a long time before deciding to write this letter because I had struggled to answer the concerns that had tormented me the whole time. First, I’m sorry I couldn’t even be a friend.
Perhaps she thought that being with a black man would not affect her career. No matter what happens, she doesn’t mind, even openly welcoming it. However, in my mind, that image will disappoint my supporters. I never wanted to hurt her.”
He said that he always thought about Madonna’s statement in an interview. She said, “I don’t want to be with rappers and basketball players.” He answered her in the letter:
“Those words cut me deep seeing how I had never known you to be with any rappers besides myself,” he wrote. “It was at this moment out of hurt and a natural instinct to strike back and defend my heart and ego that I said a lot of things I have since come to regret.” He followed that by writing that he had “grown spiritually and mentally” since then.