It looks like more personal items belonging to the late great Tupac Shakur are being up for sell in the wake of the 20th anniversary of his death this past week. We saw poems, letters, and even a personal autographed prison bible listed on auction sites, garnering a lot of money in it’s sales. Now we have another piece of Tupac memorabilia up for sale. A New York based memorabilia dealer called “Moments in Time” wants to sale a special piece of Tupac’s jewelry.
The MIT shop has listed the gold and diamond pendant necklace Tupac wore when he was involved in the infamous shooting outside of the midtown studio in New York, two years before his death, for around $125K. The bullet dented medallion was originally sent to Moments in Time by Pac’s family. When the publication reached out to Tupac’s estate regarding the sale of this personal item, they responded by strongly advising against anyone, including family members of Pac, from selling his personal items. The estate has even threatened legal action against any buyer or seller who does not heed their warnings and wishes.