What would you do if you answered an ad for baseball cards on Craigslist but walked away with rare Tupac memorabilia? A lucky finder is looking to sell them out to the highest bidder, according to TMZ.
After three handwritten notebooks (including lyrics and video ideas for “Point The Finga“) and a CD of unreleased songs surfaced from a man who worked with Tupac before his murder in 1996, the good will most likely be sold for a pretty penny via the auctioning site Moments In Time. The handwriting in the notebooks matches that of the prison letter that sold for $225,000 back in October and could go for as much as $35,000 at auction.
While we’re sure fans are eager to get their hands on these, Pac’s mother Afeni Shakur and the Shakur Estate are attempting to block the sale. Rolling Stone reports Afeni is reportedly planning a “total reset of the Shakur estate” with a new rarities compilation via Jam, Inc., so we’ll see where this goes.