Tupac Shakur’s Prison Bible on the Auction Block for $54,000
Another Tupac Shakur memento is up for sale. The bible that the late rapper read while he was serving time at a maximum security prison is available for the highest bidder.
Auction house Moments in Time has The Life Recovery Bible, which Shakur read while spending nine months at New York's Clinton Correctional Facility on sexual assault charges in 1995. If you recall, 'Pac famously saluted his "homeboys in Clinton Max" on "Hail Mary” from his posthumous album, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. Apparently, Moments in Time obtained the book from a member of 2Pac’s family.
The bible, which is autographed along with his inmate number, is on the auction block for $54,000. If the bible sells, which undoubtedly it will, the estate of Tupac Shakur will get the majority of the profits.
Moments in Time have sold plenty of 2Pac collectibles. Last month, an old handwritten lyric sheet of the late rapper's 2002 song “Catchin’ Feelings” was up for sale. Even 2Pac’s 1996 Hummer H1 vehicle on the auction block as well.
If you are interested in copping Tupac Shakur's bible, hit up momentsintime.com.