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Letter to rapper Tupac Shakur singer Madonna, written in prison in 1995, will be sold at Internet auctions. This was reported on the auction site Gotta Have Rock and Roll.
In his message, dated 15 January 1995 and consisting of three pages, the performer apologizes to a pop star for the difficulty in their relationship. “I owe you an apology for that, as you said, I was not such a friend, what could be, wrote Tupac Shakur. — Not because I’m angry and not because you are unworthy of me. And therefore I risk to sound too dramatic, that racism and its consequences do not allow the black young man to properly Express his affection for a white woman older than his age”. The message was signed “Forever, 2PAC, Tupac Shakur”.
Estimate (introductory price) the letter is 100 thousand dollars.
Earlier it was reported that the first edition of the novel in verses “Eugene Onegin” by Alexander Pushkin was sold at Christie’s auction in the UK for half a million pounds. The book is in three volumes, printed from 1825 to 1832, was sold for 467 250 pounds (about 37 million rubles at the current exchange rate), which is three times higher than the estimate 120-160 thousand pounds.
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