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Even 20 years after his death, Tupac Shakur remains one the top earning musicians of all time, turning in millions annually through music and merchandise sales.
You'd have thought a 25-year-old could have only made so much in their lifetime. But for Pac fans, posthumous releases are the gift that keeps on giving.
Among the latest batch are three scribbled-in notebooks full of lyrics and brain-farts, as well as some CDs with unreleased music. And it's all going to auction.
Previous notebooks of the rapper's have fetched $255k. This one's not gonna be that cheap either. Two pages' worth of scribbled lyrics for 'Point Tha Finga' alone are expected to get $35k at auction.
According to TMZ, the anonymous buyer "got his hands on the items after answering a Craigslist ad for baseball cards. It just so happened the seller had the Tupac merch too ... his dad worked with the rapper for years."
While it's great news for his fans, it's not the same for his family, particularly his mother, Afeni, who apparently has a strict policy of anyone who tries to sell or buy Tupac's memorabilia.
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