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TUPAC’S LOVE LETTER TO MADONNA FINALLY GOES TO AUCTION … For A Bloody Fortune!!!

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Madonna’s infamous love letter from Tupac Shakur has been in limbo for years — an auction wants to sell it and she wants to block it — but it’s finally hitting the block, and all the conflict and legal threats that made headlines have inflated the value, because it’s expected to fetch a fortune.

Tupac penned the breakup letter when he was in prison, and the handwritten and signed note is going up for auction through the memorabilia company, Gotta Have Rock & Roll … and the opening bid is $100,000 … and when the gavel drops the expectation is someone’s gonna snag the letter for around $300k!!!

In his three-page breakup note, Pac confesses he broke off his sexual relationship with Madonna because she’s white.

As we’ve reported … Madonna previously filed a lawsuit against Darlene Lutz, her old pal and art consultant, to stop the sale … but a judge tossed out her suit out said a release she signed back in 2004 meant she couldn’t sue. Darlene consigned the letter to the online auction house.

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The legal battle didn’t end there, because Madonna filed an appeal … but just last month she whiffed on her chance to slam the brakes on the sale of the letter.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to breastcancer.org. Darlene is a breast cancer survivor. 

Bidding starts online July 17.

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