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Last Chance To Own Tupac’s Red & Blue Bandana, Plus More Rare Items!

More Tupac memorabilia is up for auction which includes an All Eyez On Me press release and two bandanas worn by the Hip Hop icon.

The auction ran by Gotta Have Rock and Roll, has several Tupac memorabilia items that fans can purchase. Currently still open, the audition is set to close early April.

Adding to the collection of Tupac memorabilia, the site has several rare items. Up for auction is a press release for the All Eyez on Me album. Listed over the nine pages are the names and lyrics of the songs, with added information at the end. Surprisingly the twenty plus year old press release is in very good condition.

Tupac Memorabilia Including Worn Bandanas Up For Auction

One of the most popular item in the auction is a red and blue bandana worn by Tupac Shakur. As he often was seen wearing a banadana, this particular Tupac item donated by a family member is set to bring in the most money.

Another item up for bid is an original 1993 publicity photograph from Interscope Records and TNT Recordings. Coming from a close family friend of Tupac’s, it’s inscribed ‘Keep Ya Head Up! 2Pac’ in blue ballpoint pen.

Other documentation up for auction are three of Tupac’s original Mondrian Hotel bills. Dating back to January 1996, the invoices show charges and purchases from the duration of Tupac’s stay.

Tupac memorabilia

On closer inspection, with the information provided it seems like Tupac made several long-distance telephone calls. The heavy workload certainly didn’t stop the Hip Hop star from working out, purchasing a dumbbell rack and gym equipment.

Tupac memorabilia
All Eyez On Me press release

If you would like to get your hands on any of these items, then you will have to be quick, as the auction ends early April. Visit the Gotta Have Rock and Roll website for more information on this auction.

Also view: Fat Joe, Mike Tyson Debate Tupac’s Planned Death On IG Live

IBack in 2019, Tupac’s prison I.D. card broke the world record becoming the most expensive Pac item sold at public auction.


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