The question that keeps coming up about the unexpected death of Afeni Shakur, and her not leaving a will is “What happens to Tupac’s music catalog?" Truth is, the rappers mother had ironclad paperwork in place to protect her sons legacy.

According to TMZ, Afeni set up a trust to control Tupac’s estate before she died, and "the paperwork is flawless.” Shakur made former head of Warner Brothers Records, Tom Whalley, the executor over Tupac’s extensive catalog.

All monies collected through the trust will reportedly go to charities, and family. Afeni is survived by a sister, Gloria, and her daughter, Sekyiwa Shakur, Tupac’s half sister.

Afeni was in the middle of a bitter divorce battle with her estranged husband, Gust Davis, who was out to get a piece of the estate, but because of her solid paperwork it will be virtually impossible for Davis to get anything.

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