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You should know by now that you can’t MUTE the legendary Tupac Shakur, not even 22-years after his death.
Another one of the rappers’ items will be auctioned off, and this time it is 1996 handwritten liner notes from his album The Don Killuminati: The Seven Day Theory’s.
What makes these notes so valuable, aside from being penned by Tupac himself, is that Tupac calls out every influential 90’s rapper in the game.
2Pac dedicates the letter to Jacques “Haitian Jack” Agnant and Walter “King Tut” Johnson for shooting him at Quad Recording Studios in 1994. He also accuses Puff Daddy and Biggie of “quietly conspiring my downfall.”
Pac also taunts Mobb Deep “4 opening your mouth & letting me squash ya no record selling asses,” and even calls former collaborator Dr. Dre, a closet homo. He writes, “Mobb Deep 4 opening your mouth & letting me squash ya no record selling asses.”
He also writes that he knows how he’ll be killed, thanking Jack “The Snitch” Agnant for “ordering the hit,” and Tut “for shooting me.” Jacques Agnant is a music executive who worked with both Tupac. He was one of the prime suspects in Tupac’s murder.
Tupac continued to make disrespectful comments towards Jay Z, calling him a “comedian who laughed when I bled,” and calls De La Soul, “bums,” and even takes shots at and Faith Evans.
2pac signs the liner notes, “WAR TIME, Worldwide, Nationwide, citywide. Real Niggaz Do Real Thngs. Exit 2PAC, Enter Makaveli.”
Can you imagine if these liner notes actually made it to the album?! How would that have changed the history of hip-hop?
If you want a chance to own these handwritten notes, CLICK HERE the bidding starts at $30,000.
Take a look at the notes below: