Tupac Shakur's Unreleased Music and Handwritten Notes Found by Lucky Fan


Tupac Shakur's Unreleased Music and Handwritten Notes Found by Lucky Fan


A lucky fan has obtained 3 notebooks containing a bunch of handwritten ideas and lyrics along with some CDs with unreleased tracks from the late rapper.
Tupac Shakur is resurrected in his newly discovered music and notebooks. According to TMZ, a lucky fan has obtained 3 notebooks containing a bunch of handwritten ideas and lyrics along with some CDs with unreleased tracks from the late rapper.

The lucky finder reportedly obtained the items after answering a Craigslist ad for baseball cards. The seller had the Tupac merchandizes too as his dad worked with the rapper for years. As for authenticity, according to the site, the handwriting in the notebooks matches handwriting in the prison letter that hit the market for $255k in October on the site Moments in Time.
Moments in Time is also selling the newly discovered items, but it won't come cheap. The two-page "Point The Finga" music video notes are expected to be sold at least $35,000. However, Tupac's relatives reportedly want to block the sale. His mom, Afeni, has a strict policy of pursuing buyers and sellers of her late son's memorabilia.

Tupac was murdered in a drive-by shooting at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane in Las Vegas, Nevada on September 7, 1996. He passed away six days after he was treated at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada.


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