Various Tupac Shakur memorabilia has been put up on the auction block, including his black BMW that he was shot up in on Sept. 7, 1996. However, the estate of Afeni Shakur wants to cease the sales of all 2Pac’s personal items.

According to TMZ, the executors are suing auction house Moments In Time to retrieve possessions that are currently up for sale. Among the items that are available include 2Pac’s driver’s license, his passport, handwritten lyrics and scripts, notebooks, clothing and jewelry.

The lawsuits, filed by the estate’s attorney Howard King, states that the auction house obtained the items from a third party source who have no ownership rights to the products and have no right to sell them. The estate claims that they have told Moments In Time they don’t have the authority to sell the items but their demands were ignored.

Some of the additional items Moments In Time has on the auction block include 2Pac's "Dear Mama" handwritten lyrics, his prison bible, his notebooks, a prison love letter and more.

Reps for Moments in Time had no comment on the matter.