2Pac’s bodyguard hard drive could reach six figures in next auction
Other memorabilia related to the life of 2Pac are being auctioned.
TMZ reports that a computer hard drive, owned by the rapper’s bodyguard and right-hand man, is being sold by GottaHaveRockandRoll.com at a starting price of $ 10,000. However, insiders told the outlet that it could sell for $ 600,000 or more. The hard drive belonged to Frank Alexander, who has since died.
It is apparently in charge of a number of previously unseen items, such as photographs, music and legal documents. According to TMZ, the digital files include a different, never-before-seen version of the rapper’s song “Let’s Get It On,” as well as candid footage of 2Pac and his friends hanging out or working on music and various creative endeavors.
In addition, the hard drive contains legal documents such as depositions and other documents. The Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation will receive 10 percent of the profits.
A number of 2Pac items have been auctioned off in recent years. In January 2019, pornographic sex cartoons and hand-drawn love letters he addressed to his girlfriend in prison were sold at auction for $ 21,156. A few months earlier, two letters he wrote to his high school sweetheart were up for auction. And in 2020, two bandanas – one red and one blue – that previously belonged and wore the rapper were up for grabs, along with several handwritten lyrics sheets, letters, and original cover notes from his album. Makaveli.