TUPAC’S BULLET-DENTED PENDANT UP FOR GRABS FOR $125k!
A gold and diamond pendant worn by Tupac when he was shot in 1994 is for sale … and can be yours for just a small fortune.
Memorabilia dealer, Moments In Time, is selling Tupac’s pendant — dented by a bullet during the shooting in NYC 2 years before his death — in a fixed-price sale for $125k.
M.I.T. owner Gary Zimet tells TMZ … it was worn on a chain around Pac’s neck when he was shot. Tupac’s family member gave it to them to sell and will receive a majority of the profits.
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Important note, though … we reached out to Tupac’s estate, and they are strongly against this sale. They tell us … no one has the authority to sell any his item — not even family members. We’re told they’ll file suit against anyone who sells an item … and go after anyone who buys one, too.