Ex-Girlfriend Selling Nude Photo of Tupac

Joann Johnston
December 7, 2017

According to TMZ, an ex-girlfriend of Tupac Shakur is looking to sell an image of the rapper exposing himself for $7,500 United States dollars. The source reports that Tupac had a habit of exposing himself to friends, and he chose to do so once again at a Marin County house party back in 1990. Pac was a clown and always tried to shock his friends by dropping his trousers.

Apparently on this particular night his then-girlfriend had, had enough of Pac exposing himself and threatened to take a picture if he didn't cover up. Of course, he didn't back down, and the d**k pic was born.

We're told the ex wants to privately sell it for $7,500.

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An unnamed woman is now attempting to sell the explicit photo to a private buyer via the Gotta Have Rock And Roll auction house.

An unnamed female companion of Tupac, who would be shot dead six years later, said the then up-and-coming rapper was fond of dropping his pants at parties.

The sale comes as the same auction house is embroiled in a legal fight over its sale of intimate items from Madonna, including her underwear and a breakup letter from Tupac, who dated the pop superstar late in his life.

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