An in depth look at Tupac’s ex-wife Keisha Morris. Interview of Keisha Morris, plus tons of photos of Keisha and Tupac, and a timeline outlining their relationship.
Photos Of Tupac And Keisha Morris
Keisha Morris And Tupac Timeline
- June 19, 1994 Tupac and Keisha Morris meet at the Chippendale’s Club, now called the Capitolin in NY.
- July 5, 1994 Second Meeting. “I saw him a month later at the Tunnel nightclub,” Keisha Morris.
- July 6, 1994 Tupac Calls Keisha. First actual date at an Italian restaurant and a movie.
- July 7, 1994 Keisha Leaves Tupac A Note “I woke up early in the morning. I left him a note. Kissed him on the cheek and that was that,” Keisha Morris.
- April 29, 1995 Tupac Marries Keisha. The marriage is held at the Clinton Correctional Facility.
- July 23, 1995 The marriage ends unofficially while Tupac is still in prison.
- October 19, 1995 Marriage Annulled Officially. Seven days after Tupac is released from prison.
Keisha Morris Interviews
BET Talk interview
XXL: How did you meet Tupac?
Keisha Morris: We met when I was 20, at the Capitol [nightclub]… We were dancing, and we spoke briefly. He was going through something legally at the time, and I told him to just be careful of the people he’s around and that I hope everything works out… I saw him a month later at the Tunnel [another nightclub], and…he remembered the whole conversation… He told me he had been looking for me for a month—going to every club. He tried to invite me back to his hotel room. I was like, “No, that’s not happening.” He gave me his number, and I gave him my house number. It was too expensive to have a cell phone back then, so he gave me his SkyPager. The next day, I had to go work…and he called me when I got home. I was in shock! We started talking from that day on.
Did you meet him before or after his sexual-abuse incident occurred?
It was after. I know he was going through depositions. That’s why he started to stay with me in New York. He had a hotel, but he stayed with me. I don’t know [what happened]. I wasn’t in the room. I was nowhere around. I know he stated that he didn’t have anything to do with it. I didn’t wanna see him go to jail for something he said he didn’t do. That kind of thing is tough on everybody. I didn’t know what to believe. I was 20 years old. I didn’t know what was going on. You know, of course my parents didn’t want me to be involved with anything like that. Being a good girl, you don’t know. It’s excitement. That taught me lessons. Would I do it again now? Absolutely not. But at the time, you’re young, you don’t know.
What made you stay?
Because I got to know him. He told me one time, “Everything I touch, I damage, I mess up. I don’t want you to be involved in any of this. I don’t wanna hurt you. I don’t want you to be damaged or anything like that.” And it was hard, because when you care and you love a person, at that point, what do you do? Do you walk away?
Before Tupac went to jail, he proposed to you, and then you two got married four months after he went in.
I just didn’t feel like, Okay, now [that] you might be going to jail, I don’t know if I even want to be a part of you or deal with this. We got married April 29, 1995. [For him] it was more like, “I don’t want you saying you’re my girlfriend. I want people to take you seriously and let them know that you’re my wife.”
How often did you visit him?
His thing was he wanted a visit every day, so he could get outta that cell. It was hard. It was such a dramatic process, like, Oh, my God. I dreaded to do it. But, you know, I did it. If I wasn’t able to be there, I would make sure that someone else was there.
Your marriage was annulled 10 months later—not long after he got out of jail. What happened?
I thought that things were changing, that he changed. Things were getting very different once he got bail, and I felt like I wasn’t needed anymore. It wasn’t a good feeling. Like, Okay, of course you don’t know from being so young. But I just felt like, Wow, okay, it was over. Like, Okay, I don’t need you anymore. I’m getting out. That’s it.
You know, looking back now, there was no conjugal visits or things like that. It was just so funny how people have said all different kinds of things—and it’s, like, that didn’t even happen, that’s not even true—and make up all kinds of stories unnecessarily.
Desiree Smith talks about Tupac’s ex-wife Keisha Morris
In an interview with The Art of Dialogue, Tupac’s ex-girlfriend Desiree Smith talks about the relationship between Tupac and his ex-wife Keisha Morris.
Talking about how ‘Pac and Keisha met, Desiree says, “I believe that during the time that me and him fell out he had met her and they got close. I believe she was someone that he trusted.”
The fall out between Desiree and Tupac came over an incident with a motorcycle. Tupac had saw Desiree on the back of the bike with another guy and words were exchanged between the two of them. Desiree says she would of been in Keisha’s shoes if the bike incident didn’t happen.
According to Desiree, most of Tupac’s family and friends thought that he had married Desiree instead of Keisha because they knew her. “Everybody thought he had married me. They didn’t know who she was they never met her. They knew me from being in New York when he was out there. I met all his friends and his family members. They thought Keisha was me!”