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In 1996 the famous rapper and actor Tupac Shakur was shot in a car while being driven from a casino.

He was quickly rushed to a hospital for treatment but six days later, he died.

Now the car in which he was driving in before being shot is being auctioned for $1.75 million in Las Vegas, United States.

Tupac was shot in Las Vegas after watching a boxing match at a casino.

He was being driven in the car by a record producer, Suge Knight who is currently in prison for voluntary manslaughter after running a man over in 2015.

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BMW Sedan carrying Tupac when he was shot dead in 1996 is put up for auction for $1.75million in Las Vegas
The crime scene in 1996 after Tupac was shot

Tupac was 25-year-old when he was killed after being hit in the chest, arm and thigh by a pistol.

He was considered one of the best rappers to have ever lived on earth.

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Tupac died at the age of 25.

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The BMW has been put up for auction for $1.75 million in Las Vegas.

The BMW 750Li is being auctioned off by a dealer in Las Vegas after years painstakingly restoration.

BMW Sedan carrying Tupac when he was shot dead in 1996 is put up for auction for $1.75million in Las Vegas
The restored vehicle now being auctioned

 

 

Source: Africafeeds.com

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