Well this is interesting. A photo of the late 2Pac’s penis was being sold and it turns out, nobody jumped on it. (Pun intended.)
The full frontal image was taken by an ex-girlfriend of Pac’s who all of a sudden wanted top dollar for the snap. In the photo, allegedly taken back in 1990 during a house party in Marin County, Pac appears to be waring a pair of white sweats and white sweatshirt.
According to the description, which HipHollywood has also learned was a direct quote from the ex, “Tupac would, on occasion, drop his pants when least expected and catch his friends by surprise. On this particular night, when a friend was about to take group shot, he did it again! She told him that she was going to zoom in if he didn’t pull his pants up fast, but he just smiled at her and didn’t budge. And so, she took the picture!”
The actual man part is covered up on the website, but what you can see is the full wilderness surrounding the late rapper’s junk. There’s also a man’s hand in the photo pointing down at Pac’s piece.
The friend was asking a cool $7,500 for the photo and or, the highest bidder. But here’s the catch. While so many of Pac’s personal items have been auctioned off for a high price, this one just didn’t get the same buzz.
The auction closed on Saturday and as of Wednesday morning, the website shows that there were ZERO bidders. But who knows, now that the photo is “getting around,” maybe someone will lock it down.
HipHollywood reached out to the company Got To Have Rock and Roll to discuss the authenticity of the image and are waiting on word back.
But we are curious: Is it completely disrespectful to be shopping something so private of man who is no longer living? Or, if you had the chance, would you try to get your hands on the rare photo?
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