Sunday, March 5, 2017

Biggie’s green suburban SUV in which he was fatally shot in is now available for purchase

The rush to cash in on the deaths of the Notorious B.I.G. Tupac Shakur continues.
Image result for biggie smallsJust last week, it was announced that the black BMW that Tupac was riding in when he was shot and killed in Las Vegas in 1996, was being auctioned off for sale.
Now, the news is breaking that the wheels the Notorious B.I.G. lost his life in after the Soul Train Awards in Los Angeles in 1997, is also up for auction.

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The infamous dark green Chevy Suburban, which was also riddled with bullets by unknown gunmen, is up for sale for $1.5 million.
The Suburban is being sold via the Moments in Time auction website, which is the same company that is selling off the black BMW.
“My husband and I bought the car in October ‘97, when we were looking for a larger vehicle for our family of 6. We bought the car from a broker in Chula Vista, CA, who bought it from an auction in L.A.,” the seller explained. “We owned the car for years, using it as our family vehicle, not knowing about its history. Into 2005, L.A. detective called and informed us about the car’s involvement in the shooting of Biggie Smalls and that will be needed for the trial. We have kept the car now for 20 years and decided it was finally time to sell it.”

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The intertwining fate of both artists will be explored in the upcoming Tupac biopic “All Eyez on Me,” which hits theaters on June 16.
The owner added that she requested that the Los Angeles Police Department would return the car doors, which still have bullet holes, when the investigation was closed. 
Moments In Time, the same seller of Biggie's Suburban, listed Tupac's car on sale on the website in late February. 

The notorious green Suburban that Notorious B.I.G. was shot dead in is on sale for $1.5million. A Los Angeles owner made the sale public on Thursday Tupac was riding in the front passenger seat of the car when he was shot four times in September of 1996. He died six days later on September 13. 

The luxury car has had a number of owners and racked up 92,000 miles. A normal model of the vehicle would be only worth around $2,500 today.

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The deaths of the two icons of the hip-hop world rocked the rap community. 

It is speculated East Coast rapper Biggie was killed in retaliation for the unsolved murder of West Coast rapper Tupac, only six months earlier.

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Biggie's murder has often been put down to a 'war' between the two rival groups.

Today, a 1997 GMC Suburban with the same mileage wouldn't be worth more than $2,000. 

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