Tupac Shakur’s right-hand man/bodyguard has a treasure trove of Pac-related gems that are seeing the light of day for the first time … and are expected to fetch a pretty penny.
The late rapper’s ex-bodyguard, Frank Alexander — who has also since died — once had a computer hard drive in his possession that’s said to contain an unspoken amount of content covering all things Tupac … including unseen photos, unheard music and legal docs giving new insight into his life.
The 83 GB drive — which is being auctioned off by GottaHaveRockandRoll.com starting Wednesday — will have an opening bid of $10,000 … but we’re told by people in the know that auction heads think someone will throw down way more for it — about $600k or beyond.
Why’s this thing so dang valuable, you may ask??? It’s pretty simple actually … especially when you get a gander at what’s inside.
Among the digital files … a sea of pics showing Pac and his pals behind the scenes, either hanging out and/or working on music and other projects. There’s also a new version of Pac’s song, ‘Let’s Get It On’ that hasn’t been heard yet.
Not just that, but we’re told there’s also a plethora of legal docs that pertained to Tupac that Frank owned … such as depositions he gave, lawsuits he was named in, among other paperwork. Bottom line … it’s a very valuable collector’s item for any hardcore fan.
10% of the proceeds are going toward an official org tied to Pac — the Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation.