For US$38500, you can have Tupac's original lyrics to 'Catchin' Feelings'
Sep 07 2016 by Francis Osborne
The lyrics were hand written by legendary rapper, Tupac Shakur. Fans eager to get their hands on Pac's handwritten can for almost $40,000.
Moments In Time has recently sold several items of Tupac memorabilia, including a handwritten love letter he wrote while at drama school to a fellow pupil named Beethoven, which sold for $35,000 (£26,260).
The company acquired the handwritten sheet of lyrics from an ex-employee of the studio where Tupac recorded the track in 1996.
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Earlier this year, Hollywood actress Jada Pinkett Smithreflected on Pac's mother Afeni Shakur passing away last May.
With the 20th anniversary of Pac's death approaching (Sept. 13), the auction house expects collectors will pay big money for 2Pac's "Catchin' Feelings" lyric sheet. One of the priciest items now on the site is a handwritten letter addressed to former Death Row Uncut magazine editor Nina Bhadreshwar that Tupac reportedly wrote while in prison serving time on sexual assault charges.
The latest claim is a YouTube video claiming to prove Tupac was alive and well. In the pic, the man purported to be Pac is taking a selfie. This was probably just another imposter, or maybe it was Demetrius Shipp Jr.