The last home Tupac Shakur ever lived in is now up for sale, and its even got some of his lyrics etched in stone outside. TMZ reported the news earlier today (July 7).

The crib, which rests in California's San Fernando Valley, is one 'Pac rented upon his release from prison in the fall of 1995. It's listed as being worth $2.65 million. The celebrity gossip site reports that, at the time of his death, the rap legend was in escrow to cop it outright instead of renting it.

The crib is 6,000 square feet and has six bedrooms. The person who currently owns the lovely abode has added $1 million worth of upgrades to the crib, but he's left lyrics from a song called "Made Niggaz," which is a track 'Pac did with the Outlawz, etched into the stone at the crib. The etched in words read, "Outlawz, Let no man separate what we create," which is what 'Pac says at the beginning of the song. Dope.

With people like Limp Bizkit's DJ Lethal once calling it his own, who knows who'll stay 'Pac's home next? We're sure we'll hear about that soon. The listing is held by Mark Hermann and Eric Delgado of Keller Williams Realty.

Over the last few years, virtually everything 'Pac has ever owned, or even touched, has been put up for sale. A few days ago, it was revealed the West Coast icon's break-up love letter to Madonna is being put up for an auction. It could easily sell for $100,000. Crazy.

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