The car legendary rapper and actor Tupac Shakur was driving in when he was shot dead is being auctioned for $1.75 million (634,375,000.00) in Las Vegas, United States.
Tupac was was gunned down in Las Vegas in 1996 after watching a boxing match at a casino. He was rushed to the hospital but died six days later. The BMW is put up for auction for $1.75 million in Las Vegas.
The BMW 750Li is being auctioned off by a dealer in Las Vegas having been painstakingly restored - with its original leaser in prison, Daily Mail reports. Tupac was gunned down in 1996.
It was gathered that the assailants attacked the car when Tupac was being driven by a record producer, Suge Knight.
Suge, who survived the shooting, is currently in prison for voluntary manslaughter after running a man over in 2015.
The legendary rapper died six days after he was rushed to the hospital.
Tupac was 25-year-old when he was killed. He was struck in the chest, arm and thigh by a pistol and died in the hospital from his wounds. Anyone acquiring the car will be provided with document proving its history.
Tupac, who is regarded as one of the best rappers of all time, died at a time gangsta-rap dominated the United State.
Meanwhile, it was previously reported that the death of American rapper and actor, Tupac Shakur, raised a lot of controversy with many people still speculating that his demise was a hoax.
In report's gathered, son of Tupac's former record label owner Marion Hugh Knight aka Suge J claimed that Tupac was alive and living in Malaysia.
Sometime in October 2018, Suge J had claimed that the legendary singer was still alive.