Today in Tha Wire Tupac Shakur's real life, Thug Mansion, is up for sale. The gorgeous crib is located in San Fernando Valley, and was actually Pac's last home. The rap icon leased the lavish property in 1995. According to NBC Los Angeles, he was in the process of closing on the purchase of house at the time of his death. See pics of the home below courtesy of Mark Herman/Delgado & Associates/Keller Williams Realty.

For a mere $2.6 million, Tupac’s former home in Woodland Hills can be all yours. The 6,000 square foot mansion has several lavish amenities like a master suite with three walk-in closets, private living room, and a hot tub, a winding staircase, huge glass front doors. The ultimate entertaining backyard with huge pool, outdoor kitchen, firepit and much more.

Tupac Shakur has been dead for more than 20-years and though the current owners put a report $1 million into renovations, the home still has a lot of if original features. Speaking of which, whomever is lucky enough to purchase the crib, will also inherit a piece of rap history. Etched in the concrete on the property is a lyric from Pac's song, Made N****z. The track can be found on the Jackie Chan movie soundtrack, Supercop. Written in the concrete slab is "Outlawz, Let no man separate what we create." See a picture of rendering, here.

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