As we know, Tupac Shakur and Madonna had a brief thing in the 90s, and he ended it because she’s white. Tupac wrote it all in a letter to her in 1995, a year before he was murdered. Well, that letter, and a few other personal items from Madge’s life were going to be auctioned. She tried to stop that auction, but a judge has struck down her motion, because nothing is sacred.
NBC News reports that after Madge temporarily stopped auction house Gotta Have Rock and Roll from scattering her memories to the winds last year, a judge has ruled that she has no power and her precious memories can now be sold to the highest bidder.
On Monday, Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Gerald Lebovits ruled that Gotta Have Rock had the right to sell the items, including the letter which went for a starting bid of $100,000 in 2017.
“We did substantial due diligence when we took all the Madonna items for auction. We were confident that Madonna had no claim whatsoever, and the judge clearly agreed with us,” said the co-owners of “Gotta Have Rock and Roll,” Ed Kosinski & Pete Siegel.
The items, which Madge believes were taken by former friend/art consultant Darlene Lutz, will be up for sale starting in July. They include some very interesting objects such as the Tupac letter, another letter where Madge talks shit about Whitney Houston and Sharon Stone by calling them “horribly mediocre“, an old checkbook, a used hairbrush and an old pair of Madonna’s panties. Why in the hell would anyone want to own a pair of Madonna’s funky old drawls? Then again, you know what, I don’t even want to know the answer to that question.
And although Madge is blaming Darlene for boosting her wares like the slickest shoplifter ever I don’t believe that at all. What I do believe is that Madonna probably left a box on the curb and waited in the bushes for someone to retrieve it just so we would all find out Tupac used to toss her his California love muscle every now and again.