Tupac’s belongings have been selling for high prices at auctions. Earlier this year, unpublished notes from his The Don Killuminati: The Seven Day Theory album sold for $30K. The liner notes dissed the likes of Faith Evans, Biggie, Mobb Deep, Jay-Z, De La Soul and many more. Now, according to reports, Temple University was recently donated over 500,000 items belonging to Tupac to be displayed at the school’s main campus at the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection. This effort was done to help highlight items defining the “global black experience.”
The university received handwritten lyrics for tracks like “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” and “It Ain’t Easy,” as well as a handwritten tracklist for unreleased albums he was working on prior to his 1996 death. They also received the bullet-dented golden medallion he was wearing when he was shot at Quad Studios in 1994, the diamond earring Pac wore on the cover of All Eyez On Me and many more items. This donation was made possible by Golden Auctions of Runnemede, NJ, who handles some of the rapper’s belongings.