It appears that Tupac Shakur has left behind a trail of relics that keeps on growing. A newly-discovered set of handwritten letters by the prolific rapper has just landed on the auction block. Three notebooks – which include lyrics and ideas – were dug up by a lucky man who sought baseball cards on Craigslist, TMZ reports. When the buyer showed up to retrieve the baseball goods, he got the hip-hop bonus of a lifetime; the father of the seller allegedly worked for ‘Pac and offered his things in addition to the cards.
The lucky Craigslist customer also walked away with three CDs featuring unreleased Tupac music. Inside one of the notebooks, the rapper jotted down a two page treatment to a video for his 1993 Strictly For My N.I.G.G.A.Z. track, “Point The Finga.” The treatment is being sold for $35,000 on the memorabilia site, Moments In Time, which is also selling another handwritten letter by ‘Pac for $225,000.
TMZ also reports that Tupac’s estate, namely his mother Afeni Shakur, is adamantly against the selling of the things he’s left behind. See a photo of the “Point The Finga” video treatment below: