Inside Tupac Shakur's Baltimore house: Slain rapper's childhood home listed at $179K

Tupac Shakur moved into the first-floor apartment in 1984 when he was 13 and eventually attended Baltimore School for the Arts

Inside Tupac Shakur's Baltimore house: Slain rapper's childhood home listed at $179K
Tupac Shakur (L) and the home he grew up as teenager (R) (Tupac/Instagram, Famous Entertainment Today screenshot/ YouTube)
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BALTIMORE, MARYLAND: Late rap star Tupac Shakur's home, where he grew up as a teenager in Baltimore, is now on sale for $179,000. The two-unit home is at Greenmount Avenue, also known as Tupac Shakur Way, in honor of the rapper. The rapper, along with his relatives, moved to this home when he was just 13 in 1984. 

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According to Daily Mail, It was during his period of stay at this home he attended the Baltimore School of arts and improved his musical skills. He became close to Jaden Smith at this point. The listing in Redfin claims that the late celebrity's house is a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with 1,798 square feet. The first floor of this home is rented at a rate of $750 a month.

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It also has some great features, including a living room, dining room, bathroom, kitchen, and family room, according to the listing. The unit has access to a yard in the back. Meanwhile, The second-floor unit has two bedrooms with a living room, bathroom, and eat-in kitchen. The first floor is rented out for $750, and the second floor is for $725. However, the ground floor of the home is unfurnished, though it has a washing machine, dryer, stationary bathtub, two water heaters, and two furnaces. They have amazing sidewalks as well as transportation to the house is immediately accessible. 

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The late rapper was shot dead when he was 25 in a Las Vegas drive-by shooting on September 7, 1996. Earlier, Shakur Estate also announced a touring museum exhibit titled 'Tupac Shakur. Wake Me When I’m Free'. This shall be open from 2023 in Los Angeles. Kinfolk Management + Media Arron Saxe are working towards the exhibit. They said, "The whole point of this exhibit was to not only show the kaleidoscopic nature of Tupac but also show how he is relatable. There are incredible pieces of clothing. This exhibit is also a mix of contemporary art and technology too. Many of the artifacts have never been seen before." The exhibit will also contain handwritten lyrics from the rapper showcasing his life and legacy. Shakur was shot four times by an unnamed assailant in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996. Though his friend-turned-rival, the Notorious BIG, was initially considered the suspect, he was also killed after six months in a drive-by shooting while visiting Los Angeles. Even today, there is no clear answer to who actually killed Tupac. 

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