No Biggie, but you can snatch up a piece of hip hop history with signed fingerprint cards from the arrests of rap’s greatest icons … which are now up for sale.
Momentsintime.com — one of the nation’s leading autograph dealers — has listed two unique pieces of music memorabilia from rappers Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. … earning its new owners some major street cred in exchange for a colossal $225,000 per item.
Check it out … Tupac’s fingerprint docs — which list him under his real name, Lesane Parish Crooks — stem from his 1995 arrest … for which he served 9 months of his 1.5-year sentence after being found guilty of sexually assaulting a female fan named Ayanna Jackson.
Meanwhile, Biggie also makes history with his arrest fingerprint docs … the first-ever piece you can snag of him signing off by his real name, Christopher Wallace.
With the ’95 arrest season in full swing, Biggie was also booked then for a robbery and aggravated assault charge in Pennsylvania … but the robbery charges were later dismissed.
Of course, we’re not condoning these felonies — but to all the longtime rap enthusiasts hoping to get their hands on collectibles steeped in history — may the rap battle commence.