Ayanna Jackson, the woman who accused Tupac of rape – for which he served time in prison – is speaking out for the #MeToo movement.
In a video for the website VladTV, Ayanna admitted giving Tupac some NECK on the dance floor. She also admits going back to Tupac’s hotel and having sex with him that FIRST NIGHT.
Ayanna then says that she left the next morning – feeling great. She also admits to calling him to tell him that she had a great night. She hung out with Tupac multiple times after that first night.
Ayanna describes how she met the late rapper and the events that led up to the incident.
Ayanna has remained relatively silent until now. However, in 2010, she did speak to The Source magazine about the incident, and when asked why she didn't keep her identity a secret, she responded:
“It wasn’t a secret only in I didn’t want my identity to be released and the press respected that. Today I get crazy reporters because of the Internet; people are able to gather information, court records… The average person in the street wouldn’t have known me because they didn’t have access to that info. I decided to go through with the charges because when I left out the room, I went to the elevator and there were some undercover security on the elevator that automatically asked if I were okay. They knew who was staying in the hotel, and at that point, I broke down.”
The alleged assault on Ayanna was depicted in the recent Tupac biopic, All Eyez On Me. The film was blasted for its sloppy attention to detail. In the wake of #MeToo, Ayanna is ready to speak again to the incident, which allegedly took place in his hotel room on November 18, 1993. At the time, Tupac Shakur served just nine months of his 1½–4½ year sentence.
The video cuts off just as she is asked to describe the night of the attack. The interview is to be continued...