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Tupac Shakur Sex Tape! Makaveli's Much-Anticipated Final Release

​Even though it's been 15 years since quintessential West Coast gangsta rapper and Death Row Records artist Tupac Shakur was tragically murdered, 'Pac still manages to release about an album a year.

Of course, these compilations are mostly sloppy, unnecessary greatest hits packages. So ... Are you sick and tired of the cottage industry that's sprung up around the quest for new Tupac recordings, no matter how mediocre the final product?

Well, Makaveli superfans have a new, legit Pac doc giving insight into their thuggish-ruggish hero: TMZ is reporting they've seen a five-minute sex tape featuring Tupac getting a blowjob to his own music!

The basic facts: The tape was recorded in 1991. It's five minutes long. And it will reportedly see commercial release at the hands of its currently anonymous owner.

As for the "content"? Here is TMZ's breakdown of the XXX-rated vid:

The tape ... begins with a bunch of groupies in a living room during a house party. Tupac walks into the room with his pants down to his ankles, his shirt off ... sporting several chains.

Tupac -- whose head is shaved -- pulls one of the women toward him, and she begins performing oral sex. As she does her thing, an unreleased song of Tupac's is playing in the background, as Tupac is singing along and dancing, wiggling his hips.

And it gets even better. As the woman services Tupac, who is holding a cocktail in one hand and a blunt in another, Money B from Digital Underground walks over to him. Tupac puts his cocktail arm around Money B, continues singing and dancing ... and the woman never stops.

As the tape ends it appears he's ready to begin sexual intercourse.

Crossfade is very curious about the smutty clip's anonymous owner, and we even have a few theories as to who it might be.

We'll keep you posted on this still-developing story.

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Matt Preira