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(This NFT is one of a kind treasure / Copyright # Vau1-320-432)

Tupac Shakur in his brand new Hummer on a Los Angeles Street a few days before his murder on Sept. 7, 1996 in Las Vegas. He is holding up his fingers in response to a question about how many times he was shot during an incident on November 30th 1994. This actual photo was licensed by RR Auction to authenticate Tupac's original ownership of the Hummer H1 which was sold at auction for $206,531. The SUV was previously auctioned off in May of 2017, for $337,144, but the sale didn’t close, so RR Auction put it back on the block for its online Pop Culture auction in August of 2017. The truck was purchased by Shakur less than a month before he was shot dead in 1996. This is the first legally owned and copyrighted NFT of Tupac Shakur, who is the most controversial and best selling rapper of all time, with over 75 million records sold. If Andreas Gursky's 1996 digitally manipulated photo (Rhein I) sold for $1,925,000, then an original 1 of 1 NFT of Tupac Shakur is surely worth $1,500,000.

Tupac Shakur in his brand new Hummer on a Los Angeles Street a few days before his murder on Sept. 7, 1996 in Las Vegas. He is holding up his fingers in response to a question about how many times he was shot during an incident on November 30th 1994. This photo was licensed by RR Auction to authenticate and help sell Tupac's H1at auction in August of 2017, for $206,000. According to USA Today, one of Jordan’s bodyguards pushed a man out of the way, and the man responded by shouting at the bodyguard. Jordan stepped in between the two of them and defused the situation before leaving. While Jordan was trying to get to his car, bystanders were making desperate pleas to get Jordan to look in their direction. "Michael I buy all your shoes please, Michael please man, I buy all your gear Mike, I got every number. Mike, Mike, Mike, Just look this way please." If Beeple's 5000 Day's sold for $69,000,000. Then ultra rare NFT's 1/1 of Tupac & Michael Jordan is surely worth $2,500,000.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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Token StandardERC-1155
BlockchainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Creator Fees10%

Tupac in his Hummer 14 days before being Murdered in Las Vegas

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(This NFT is one of a kind treasure / Copyright # Vau1-320-432)

Tupac Shakur in his brand new Hummer on a Los Angeles Street a few days before his murder on Sept. 7, 1996 in Las Vegas. He is holding up his fingers in response to a question about how many times he was shot during an incident on November 30th 1994. This actual photo was licensed by RR Auction to authenticate Tupac's original ownership of the Hummer H1 which was sold at auction for $206,531. The SUV was previously auctioned off in May of 2017, for $337,144, but the sale didn’t close, so RR Auction put it back on the block for its online Pop Culture auction in August of 2017. The truck was purchased by Shakur less than a month before he was shot dead in 1996. This is the first legally owned and copyrighted NFT of Tupac Shakur, who is the most controversial and best selling rapper of all time, with over 75 million records sold. If Andreas Gursky's 1996 digitally manipulated photo (Rhein I) sold for $1,925,000, then an original 1 of 1 NFT of Tupac Shakur is surely worth $1,500,000.

Tupac Shakur in his brand new Hummer on a Los Angeles Street a few days before his murder on Sept. 7, 1996 in Las Vegas. He is holding up his fingers in response to a question about how many times he was shot during an incident on November 30th 1994. This photo was licensed by RR Auction to authenticate and help sell Tupac's H1at auction in August of 2017, for $206,000. According to USA Today, one of Jordan’s bodyguards pushed a man out of the way, and the man responded by shouting at the bodyguard. Jordan stepped in between the two of them and defused the situation before leaving. While Jordan was trying to get to his car, bystanders were making desperate pleas to get Jordan to look in their direction. "Michael I buy all your shoes please, Michael please man, I buy all your gear Mike, I got every number. Mike, Mike, Mike, Just look this way please." If Beeple's 5000 Day's sold for $69,000,000. Then ultra rare NFT's 1/1 of Tupac & Michael Jordan is surely worth $2,500,000.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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BlockchainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
Creator Fees10%
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