Tupac's Hummer Up for Auction

Tupac's Hummer Up for Auction
When Tupac Shakur passed away in 1996, he had two treasured automotive possessions — a Toyota Land Cruiser and a black Hummer H1, which is going to go on auction, again.

His family owned the Hummer H1 until 2003, when it was raffled off through BET’s "Picture Me Rollin” sweepstakes. In a twist of fate, the winner of the Hummer decided to sell it back to the family — still in a pristine state — and it is to be auctioned off once more, at the bargin basement price of $200,000.

The Hummer’s sale is to take place at an online auction conducted by Candyman and Yaasmyn Fula. Candyman is a rapper who worked with Tupac and Digital Underground leader Shock G towards the end of Shakur’s life under the name Havenotz. Fula is the mother of deceased the Outlawz member Kadafi, and the two represent Havenotz Entertainment. The company was founded by Tupac with Candyman in 1995.

Anyone interested in the automobile should contact Candyman via Myspace (www.myspace.com/candyman187).

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