Very soon all the personal items and the legacy of Tupac Shakur will come in an exhibition.


It has been more than 20 years since the rapper, Tupac Shakur was shot and as a result passed away. His death is still an unsolved mystery, with many new theories emerging every day.

Known for the songs “Dear Mama”, “I Get Around”, “Keep Ya Head Up” Tupac Shakur died on September 13, 1996, six days after being shot in Las Vegas. He died a few days after being shot in a car while traveling with Death Row Records founder Suge Knight after a battle with Mike Tyson at the MGM Grand.

Foreign media have reported that an exhibition on the late rapper will open soon.

Tupac Shakur handwritten lyrics from classic songs like “California Love” and “Dear Mama” along with galleries paying homage to his late mother are among the features of this museum tour exhibition to be held on January 21 in Los Angeles. The exhibition, which will be held in an environment of 20,000 square meters, will feature music, poetry, costumes, activism journey and other items of the rapper. This exhibition is also a mix of contemporary art and technology as well.

“There are thousands of pieces of paper, handwritten pieces of paper that are everything, from his lyrics to all the songs and poems you know, to a grocery list for a birthday party.” -said Arron Saxe, chairman of Kinfolk Management & Media, which is working with Shakur’s fortune.

One of the galleries will be dedicated to the late mother of the rapper, Afeni Shakur, who died in 2016.

It is also learned that the 1996 BMW, in which Tupac was shot and killed while leaving the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, is back on the market.

The car, which was originally registered under Death Row Records, is now being sold by Celebrity Cars Las Vegas for $ 1.75 million. While the black BMW of the late rapper appeared in the series “Pawn Stars” in 2018 with a asking price of 1.5 million dollars. These and all of his items are expected to come to an exhibition on January 21st.

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