Report: Tupac Shakur’s Bullet-Damaged Pendant Being Sold for $125K

Report: Tupac Shakur's Bullet-Damaged Pendant Being Sold for $125KRaymond Boyd/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty sYou have the chance to own a gold and diamond pendant worn by Tupac Shakur when he was shot in 1994, but it’ll cost you a pretty penny.

Gary Zimet, owner memorabilia dealer Moments In Time, tells TMZ that the dented pendant was worn on a chain around the rapper’s neck when he was shot in New York two years before his death.

The pendant — being sold in a fixed-price sale for $125,000 — was reportedly obtained from a member the rapper’s family, who will receive a majority the prits.

Beware, though — Tupac’s estate tells the gossip website that they are strongly against the sale and insist no one has the authority to sell any Tupac item, not even family members.

The source adds that they’ll file suit against anyone who sells an item, and go after anyone who buys one, too.

Tupac — whose birth name is Lesane Parish Crooks — was fatally shot in a drive-by shooting in 1996 at the age 25. 

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