Owning Tupac's Handwritten Notes and Unreleased Music Will Cost You

Owning Tupac's Handwritten Notes and Unreleased Music Will Cost You

A lot of early pieces of memorabilia are reportedly up for grabs.

Published March 7, 2016

Anything ever touched by Tupac is valuable. Not only is it prized it’s also rare, and that partially has to do with his estate.

If anyone does want to get their hands on some Pac memorabilia get ready. TMZ is reporting that a lucky buyer may be able to get their hands on never-before-heard records and handwritten notes.

The items were supposedly given to the seller when he answered a Craigslist ad for baseball cards. Apparently, the person who sold him both the cards and Tupac belongings worked with the late West Coast legend at some point.

The items include CDs and three notebooks including music video notes for “Point The Finga” off Pac’s 1993 album Strictly 4 My N.*.G.G.A.Z. and other handwritten annotations. While the items are up for auction, they’re slated to be sold for upwards of $35,000. Moments in Time is currently selling the memorabilia and there’s no word yet on a buyer.

Tupac’s estate is protective of everything involved with him and is reportedly trying to block the sale of the items.

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(Photo: Splash News)

Written by Paul Meara

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