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Tupac’s Estate Doesn’t Want Anyone Hearing That Unreleased Sex Tape Song


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The Amp is torn: As much as we'd love to hear an unreleased Tupac Shakur song from 1991, it shouldn't come at the price of watching one of the greatest rappers ever in an unearthed sex tape. If the Shakur estate has their way, however, both the song and the tape will never reach the public. Porn companies are currently involved in a six-figure bidding war for the 2Pac video, but a spokesperson for the Shakur estate tells TMZ, "We will sue anyone who tries to sell a Tupac tape." Tupac's mother Afeni Shakur added, "Get the legal team ready because [we] will not allow someone to put it out."

Unfazed by the Shakur estate's threats, TMZ has released three (NSFW) stills from the five-minute video that confirm 1) 2Pac, with a blunt in one hand and a cocktail in the other, is involved in some sexual activities on the tape and 2) Digital Underground's Money B does make a cameo when said sexual activities are taking place. Shakur's family believes that one of the people in the video -- Money B, the girl focused on Tupac, or the man with the blurred face in the photos -- is responsible for surfacing the sex tape. Hopefully, TMZ will release only the audio from the 20-year-old VHS, just so rap fans can hear this alleged unreleased track.

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