And The Panties, Too: Madonna files order to block the auctioning of her TuPac letter

HOL’ UP…

Material Girl, Madonna, wants alllllll of her prized possessions–including a jailhouse letter from ex-boo thang, TuPac Shakur–removed from the pop culture auctioning block and returned to her treasure chest, post haste. 

BOOOOP… 

In the days since a newly unearthed break-up correspondence from the late “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” crooner to the now 58-year-old music icon surfaced as the latest pricy piece of history up for grabs on auction website, GottaHaveRockAndRoll.com, Madge has made legal moves to BLOCK the sale of the  letter and other cherished goodies–such as a pair of “personally worn panties,” pictures, and handwritten letters to/from her family and famous friends– from going down…

 
As previously reported on Cheekywiki, the note in question– which was projected to sell for approximately $400K via the site’s auction on Wednesday– shows a 24-year-old incarcerated TuPac DEADING his romantic dealings with Madonna for fear of what their swirly-situationship might do to his image as a militant gangster rapper. 

 

Madonna TuPac letter
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“For you to be seen with a black man wouldn’t in any way jeopardize your career,” the West Coast representative writes. “If anything it would make you seem that much more open and exciting.” 

He adds, “But for me at least in my previous perception I felt due to my ‘image’ I would be letting down half of the people who made me what I thought I was.”

WELL… 

 
On Tuesday, the “Vogue” vocalist filed an emergency court order in NYC claiming she was blindsided by the auction… And saying she never knew some of these items were no longer in her possession, according to TMZ. 
 
In her legal docs, Madonna makes it clear that she believes a former friend and art consultant, Darlene Lutz, betrayed her by taking the loot behind her back…
 
“The fact that I have attained celebrity status as a result of success in my career does not obviate my right to maintain my privacy, including with regard to highly personal items,” the “Like A Prayer,” singer reportedly says in court papers. “I understand that my DNA could be extracted from a piece of my hair. It is outrageous and grossly offensive that my DNA could be auctioned for sale to the general public.”

 

Luckily for Madonna, Manhattan state Supreme Court Judge Gerald Leibovitz ordered the collectibles website to pull 22 items from its rock-‘n’-roll-themed auction. 

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By : Asia Grace         

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