Damn I love the exterior of the H1.  Buying 2PAC’s H1 would be such a flex:


2pacUp for auction here right now.  Expected to get $100k+

From the auction description:

Tupac Shakur’s personally-owned and –driven black 1996 American Motors Hummer H1. The fully loaded vehicle was customized by the late rapper and comes equipped with a 6.5 liter, turbo diesel V-8 engine with automatic transmission, with the odometer reading 10,101 miles. The hardtop body features 38″ Dick Cepek off-road lights, a 360-degree spotlight, a grille guard, diamond-plate bumpers, GC Package oversized off-road wheels and tires, and an external PA system with three sirens; area over rear driver side fender bears white lettering, “Eliminator.” The interior is trimmed in burl wood with beige leather upholstery, and provides a 12-disc Clarion sound system, Sony GPS, a central tire inflation system, air conditioning, rear sliding glass window, privacy glass, full power options, and a 12,000-pound winch. The vehicle identification number reads: 137ZA8332TE170007. Included with the vehicle: a license plate, “YAKNPAK,” honoring Shakur and late rapper Yaki ‘Prince’ Kadafi; and promotional cassettes for Michael Jackson’s Thriller and 2Pac’s All Eyez on Me. In fine condition. Accompanied by two copies of the vehicle’s registration information, listing Shakur as the original owner of the vehicle, as well as a copy of the affidavit for transfer, stating that “Tupac A. Shakur, the owner of the above described vehicle or vessel died on September 13, 1996 in Las Vegas, Nevada,” and listing Afeni Shakur, the artist’s mother, as property successor.

Research on the vehicle reveals that Shakur purchased the vehicle on August 16, 1996, a little less than a month before his untimely death, a revelation which comfortably attributes this Hummer H1 as the very last vehicle the rapper would purchase in his lifetime. Held in storage following Shakur’s tragic death, the Hummer was won in a 2003 raffle organized by BET in the ‘Picture Me Rollin’’ sweepstakes, and then later purchased back in 2007 by Havenotz Entertainment owners Sardar ‘Candyman 187’ Khan and Yaasmyn Fula, the latter being the mother of the aforementioned Kadafi, a ‘godbrother’ of Shakur who lost his own life just two months after that of his friend and fellow Outlawz rapper; the pair drove the Hummer often, cruising Los Angeles on late summer nights after time spent in the studio. Already a classic and coveted example of civilian off-road ingenuity, this modified vehicle is further elevated by its incredible musical affiliation and proximity to Shakur’s final days. An incredible piece of hip-hop history that evokes the invincible spirit of one of the rap game’s true lyrical giants.

If I were to buy this, all I’d do is ride around L.A. bumping Picture me rollin, California Love and various other Pac joints.

Thoughts?  Say what you say, but give me that bomb beat from Dre.  Let me serenade the streets of L.A.

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FXhummel1 grinds his feet on the couch of a new track he’s working on:

Looks promising. I’m still waiting on the FXhummel1 album, along with a Carnik Con album.  I wish I could Suge Knight those deals.  I’d shave my head, wear track suits, smoke big cigars, and hang dudes by their ankles off balconies who messed with us.  The parallel story continues in my mind and is even more elaborate up to the height of FXHummel’s career when he’s playing SHOT 2018, it’s fight night, and we’re cruising just off the Las Vegas strip in my black BMW 7 series when someone opens up on us at a red light with automatic Deagle brand Deagles over some YouTube beef.  I sustain minor injuries but FX is rushed to University Medical Center, and takes his last breath 7 days later.  Music by FXhummel containing premonitions of his death is posthumously released, and rumors he is still alive circulate the internet.




1) It takes him around a minute to figure out how to get the magazine out of the Ruger Mini-14

2) His scope is upside down (54 seconds.. notice the knob)

3) Racks the bolt (43 seconds) … pulls on the magazine… pushes down on the magazine.. still wont come out… drops the bolt (1 minute 4 seconds).. fumbles around some more and finally gets the mag out, but chambers a round and sets the gun down in the process.