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Meet The Popular Singer Whose Love Letter Was Sold For Over N10 Million After His Death (Photos)

Accessories of a popular celebrity can be sold out for a huge amount of dollars. Auction is not a new thing, some celebrities auction their accessories to get money while they are alive, while Auction companies used celebrities' accessories to make money after their deaths. In this article, I present to you a popular singer whose love letter was sold for over N10 Million, 20 years after his death.

The handwritten love letter by a popular Africa-American rapper and actor, Tupac Amaru Shakur, better known by his stage name 2Pac, was offered to be sell at 25, 000 Dollars (over N10 million), using the current Dollar to Naira exchange rate, 20 years after his death.

In a report that was published by punch newspaper, some years back, Goldin Auctions displayed the legendary love letter written by Tupac during his 1995 prison stint. The love letter was written in black pen. It was a reply to a passionate letter received by Tupac. He wrote the letter to his ‘paramour’ to describe the Sêxual gymnastics that he wished to perform with his partner. He drew an eye inside the love letter and mentioned 12 positions of lovemaking.

Account to, a collection of 22 love letters written by Tupac Shakur have sold for $75,600 (£58,650) at auction.

Tupac was one of the most popular rappers in the world. He has sold 75 million albums to date, making him one of the top-selling artists of all time. He died on the 13th of September 1996, six-day after unknown gunmen shot him four times in the chest at a stoplight in Las Vegas. He died at the age of 25.

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Sources: Punch, and Facebook

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2Pac Africa-American Tupac Amaru Shakur


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