Yesterday was sadly the 25th anniversary of the night Tupac was killed. On the night of the incident, Tupac was a patron of the 1996 BMW 750IL that Suge Knight was driving in Las Vegas. The only plan for that night was to watch Mike Tyson fight Bruce Seldon at the MGM Grand, but more was in store.
Tupac in Vegas
After the fight, Suge, Tupac, and their entourage stopped at a red light, and shots were fired at their car by an anonymous shooter in a white vehicle. 4 shots hit Tupac and he was announced dead six days later.
Police and fans were on the search for the identity of the person(s) responsible for Pac’s murder. Even though a wide range of names has been brought up, the murder has remained unsolved over two decades later.
According to TMZ, the car Tupac died in has been refurbished and the bullet holes have been repaired. The BMW can now be yours (if you’re into murder antiques) and is on display at the Celebrity Cars Las Vegas showroom. Ironically where the car is staying is not too far from where Tupac was killed.
This is not the first time the BMW has been put up for sale. Previously, they were asking $1.5 million in 2017 but are now going up to $1.7 million in 2020.
Master P discusses his relationship
Hip-Hop icon Master P recently had an interview on the “Allison Interviews” podcast where he discussed his relationship with Tupac. He describes an event with him back in the day, stating, “It was crazy because everyone was there to see Tupac. They didn’t care about me,” he laughed. “I was happy to have just one person [in the crowd] jump up. One guy was just going crazy for me in the audience.”
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