This September will be the 20th anniversary of the murder of rapper Tupac Shakur. Coincidentally, a few notebooks and unreleased, unheard music has surfaced and it can be yours… for a price of course.
The owner of the memorabilia got his hands on the items thanks to a Craigslist ad for baseball cards. The seller had the merch thanks to his dad who worked for Tupac for many years.
The three notebooks and several CDs are going up for auction against his mother’s wishes. The notebooks include lyrics, and music video ideas in them. She’s attempting to get the auction blocked.
The handwriting in the notebooks was compared to a handwritten letter of Tupac’s from prison that sold last year for $255k, and it’s a match! TMZ reports that the two-page “Point The Finga” music video notes are expected to sell for at least $35k.