Tupac Amaru Shakur (2Pac) was fatally shot 25 years ago while riding in a BMW 7 Series driven by his pal, Suge Knight.
The killer has never been caught, but many people think the murder was organised by notorious record producer, Suge Knight.
Last year, the bullet-riddled BMW 7 Series Tupac Shakur was fatally shot in came up for sale for a staggering $1.75 million.
It’s been 25 years since American rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur was fatally shot four times in the chest after attending a Mike Tyson Vs Bruce Seldon fight at the MGM Grand, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Legendary rapper, 2pac, was riding in the passenger seat in a black BMW 7 Series driven by his pal Suge Knight during the September 7, 1996 shooting, while waiting at a stoplight in Las Vegas.
The “California Love”, “Hit Em Up” and “Live Goes On” rapper, who reportedly took one bullet in the arm, one in the thigh and 2 in the chest, died six days later from his wounds.
Witnesses described seeing the assailant’s white Cadillac pull up alongside the black BMW 7 Series 2pac was riding in before carring out the shooting in a matter of seconds.
Since then, the killer has never been caught, but many people think the murder was organised by notorious record producer, Suge Knight.
Knight, who was grazed in the head during the 1996 shootings, has denied any involvement in the assassination of 2pac. He is currently serving a 28-year sentence for manslaughter for killing a man with his car in 2015.
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Last year, the bullet-riddled 1996 BMW 7 Series luxury sedan Tupac Shakur was fatally shot in came up for sale for a staggering $1.75 million.
Then, the BMW 7 Series, which has gone through many owners and had more than 121,043 miles on the clock, still sports a bullet hole on its door, despite being painstakingly restored.
We can’t say if it has been sold, but the buyer of the German luxury car will get documentation of authenticity, showing it was originally leased by Death Row Records.
Despite the BMW’s gruesome history, it was expected to get plenty of interests that may even shoot the price even higher when it went under the hammer.