The home Tupac Shakur lived in until his untimely death in 1996 is on the market. Here’s your sneak peek inside.
Tupac rented the 6,000 square foot home in the San Fernando Valley when he was released from prison in 1995. He was in escrow to buy it when he was shot in Las Vegas. It is currently listed for $2.65 million.
The house features six bedrooms, outdoor living space, a pool, media room, and gym. The current owner has also put $1 million of renovations into the place.
However, the pièce de résistance is the slab of Hip-Hop history that comes along with the home. The opening to lyrics to the rapper’s “Made N****z” is etched into a stone on the property. It reads: “Outlawz, Let no man separate what we create.”
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[Images: Delgado and Associates at Keller Williams Realty]