Tupac’s Handwritten Love Letters To 14-Year-Old Teen Crush Surfaced

Late rap mogul 2Pac's personal handwritten love letters from his high school days are now up for grabs!

Tupac Professes His Love For A Young Crush In Handwritten Love Letters

A piece of ’s history is up for a minimal fee.

was a 14-year-old freshman in 1985 at Paul Laurence Dunbar High School in Baltimore when he professed his love to Averel, a young fellow classmate of his.

According to reports, the two letters are “addressed to Averel, who at the time was the same age 2Pac.”

“The first letter reveals a shy Tupac introducing himself to Averel. Tupac surfaces in the second one as emboldened … professing his wants and needs, if ya catch our drift. We’re told Averel, who sold the letters to Moments in Time, was not impressed by Tupac’s game.”

Auction site Moments in Time are selling Tupac Shakur’s letters for $15,000.

USA Today reported that various items from Pac’s life were recently donated to Temple University.

The “Changes” rapper’s items will be on display at the school’s main campus at the Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection.

The collection consists of roughly 500,000 items detailing “the global black experience.”

“For a hip-hop head, this is truly a dream come true,” said Aaron Smith, a professor of Africology and African American Studies who teaches a Shakur-focused class at Temple.

About a dozen items that belonged to Shakur were donated to the collection by Runnemede, New Jersey-based Goldin Auctions.

In October, boxing icon Mike Tyson shared a rare pic of himself alongside Pac.

A few weeks ago, Tupac’s former Death Row Records boss Suge Knight‘s son suggested he might still be alive.

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