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A hard drive with an abundance of music from Tupac, photos and legal documents is going up for auction.
According to TMZ, the 83 GB flash drive once belonged to the bodyguard of the late rapper, Frank Alexander, and features images of Shakur with friends, legal papers involving his depositions and lawsuits and unreleased music.
The auction was established by GottaHaveRockandRoll.com and bidding starts at $10K. However, it is being projected by experts that the drive could sell for more than $600K.
The hard drive is the latest piece of Tupac memorabilia to go to auction, following his M.O.B. ring, which was worn mostly during his Death Row Records days and photos shot by Lawrence “Loupy D” Dotson from his ‘2Pacalypse’ album, which dropped as NFTs.
10% of proceeds from the auction will go towards Tupac’s “Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation.”