Kim Kardashian stopped by Jonathan Cheban’s Foodgod podcast and was asked to reveal something about herself the host didn’t already know. The reality star definitely dropped a bombshell.

“When I was 14, I was in a Tupac video. It was like 1994,” revealed Kim. “So first of all, we lied and said we were like 18 probably,” she continued. “I definitely looked 18. I didn’t even drive. Kim[berly] Stewart was in some, I don’t even know what, I think it was for a soundtrack. I have to call Kourtney [Kardashian] and find out.” The fact that Tupac had a 14-year-old Kim Kardashian in his music video is mind-blowing.

Unfortunately, she never met the late rapper on set. “No, he wasn’t there, I’ve never seen the footage,” she admitted. “We were walking down the runway, like we were models walking down a runway. It wasn’t like we were in bikinis by the pool or anything like that. We were literally walking down a runway, and it was Kim Stewart, Kourtney, me and maybe like one or two other of our friends.” Eager fans were quick to uncover the music video online, and it happens to be the classic single “All About U.”

Check Kim Kardashian out in Tupac’s “All About U” video below at the 3:05, 3:27, and 4:22 marks.


Another piece of Tupac’s fabled past has surfaced, and if fans want to grab it, they’ll have to drop a pretty bag of cash. As reported by TMZ, Moments in Time is selling 2 handwritten love letters scribed by the late poet when he was still a youngen. ‘Pac was a 14-year-old freshman in 1985 at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Baltimore when he professed his love to Averel, a young fellow classmate of his.

In the first letter, ‘Pac keeps things formal while introducing himself to the young lady. He reveals his name to his crush, joking at the same time as he wrote, “I know you may be saying ‘what kind of name is that.'” After explaining that his name is Puerto Rican, ‘Pac breaks down his heritage and beginnings before wrapping things up. In the second letter, ‘Pac gets more physical, writing, “I daydream about kissing and caressing your graceful and majestic body.” The kid had game.

Averel sold the letters to Moments in Time. The company placed a $15,000 tag on the love letters, which may go for more once ‘Pac fans become aware of its existence. You can check out the love letters in PDF form here.