Hollywood really has great professional in their disposal which makes them invincible.
We are taking about Rosie Perez, she was the hot prospect during the late 80's to late 90's.
Perez became a ward of the state when her mother took her from an aunt, who had been raising her.
She was transferred to a group foster home at age three and lived in foster care in New York and Peekskill until age eight, and was still legally considered a ward of the State of New York until age 12.
Her film breakthrough was in Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing (1989), which she followed with White Men Can't Jump (1992). “I’m grown now, and if it was true I’d say, ‘yeah, we did it.’ Those are rumors, 100%.That’s misogyny in hip-hop — women can’t be friends with guys, apparently.” By no means is Perez making any excuses for her tight bond with Tupac."He goes, ' Hook that up.' " "I hooked it up, and I was very happy about it," she said. A huge congrats to Mexico on their legalizing equal marriage!