With the 2Pac biopic All Eyez on Me finally set to drop June 16, you can expect a grip of 2Pac memorabilia to hit the auction blocks, but truth be told, people are savage enough to milk the corpse of a revered artist for everything from the vehicle they were shot in to their sex-filled letters from prison.
The newest/latest piece of 'Pac's memory you could cop? The handwritten pages to one of his certified classics, "Dear Mama," which are reportedly being put up for sale for $75,000.
TMZ reports the three handwritten pages were acquired from a private collector in Poland, who somehow got them from the studio that "Dear Mama" was originally recorded in.
Apparently the pages (which you can see here) don't feature too much in the way of secrets about 'Pac's life. He did write "Yo-Yo/Ice Cube" in the margin, which could mean he might have wanted to collab with one (or both) of them on the track. He also makes a note about "motherf*ckerz" who said he'd been "raped in jail" only being mad at how 'Pac "succeeded in the rap game."
If you're interested, head on over to MomentsInTime.com, where you can also own fascinating pieces of pop culture memorabilia like the original manuscript for "Here Comes the Bride." Happy copping.
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