The judge of the Strip Madonna Handwritten Tupac Letter of Demand
They believe that it is the end of this particular "me and my girlfriend" saga.
The City of new York, NY – it seems That the saga behind Madonna Tupac handwritten letter demand has seemingly come to an unceremonious end for the once Queen of Pop.
To backtrack, the iconic pop star sued her ex-friend, Darlene Lutz, in July of 2017 in their efforts to prevent of make money at the expense of the old memories, which happened to include a quasi-disintegration of the letter written by Makaveli the Don himself.
Now, the New York Daily News reports that Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Gerald Lebovits ruled that because Madonna signed an agreement in 2004 to surrender the property of each element Lutz had, there is simply no case. Even according to the reports, said Madonna, she should have sued her estranged brother, Christopher Ciccone, as he gave Lutz a few of the items.
#madonnatupac #tupacshakur Forever tupac, I'll never forget you TUPAC Would have been great to have heard a collaboration of tupac next to Madonna! ♥ GENIUS tupac! GENIA Madonna
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"(Madonna) I knew that throughout his relationship with Lutz, Lutz was in possession of several pieces of (Madonna's) personal property," Lebovits wrote. "However, before this action began, the plaintiff made no demand for return of property".
Obviously, the soon-to-be-more-cost-effective You have to Have! the auction house co-owner Ed Kosinski co-signed the judge's ruling, reported the Daily News, "Is a clear victory for us. [Madonna] should not have signed an agreement to waive the right to the property in Darlene possession."
The last sentence reverses Madonna's short-lived victory in the summer of 2017, when the letter was ordered to be removed from a Gotta have It! the auction.
Check out the Tupac handwritten letter below.