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Pre-order New Tupac Funko Pop “Loyal To The Game”

New Tupac Funko Pop "Loyal To The Game" Available Now

The all new Tupac Funko Pop is now available for pre-order here. Labeled as “Loyal To The Game”, the pop figure is the third featuring the late hip hop icon.

Fully approved by Amaru Entertainment, the new Tupac Funko Pop pulls from Shakur’s posthumous release “Loyal To The Game.” An album which was entirely produced by Eminem for free. Eminem who is also featured on the posthumous album had an admiration and respect for Tupac.

Tupac’s fifth posthumous release and ninth studio album “Loyal To The Game” was released in 2004, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200.

The figure rocks a plaid button down shirt, Khakis, and round frame glasses. “Coming Soon: Pop! Rocks – Tupac. Pre-order today to add to your music collection! SWIPE UP in our stories! #Funko #FunkoPop,” read the caption via the official Funko Instagram account.

Pre-order the new Tupac Funko Pop figure here.

Tupac Funk Pop Loyal To The Game

Previously Funko released multiple Tupac pop figures part of their Rock series. Pop! Rocks figure 158, that looks like the Death Row era ‘Pac. Dressed in a black leather jacket and draped in gold jewellery, it’s very similar to what he wore for the All Eyez on Me photoshoot.

Pop! Rocks figure number 159, shows Tupac in his iconic ‘Thug Life’ jean overalls and stripe beanie from early on his career. It was modeled off the 1993 photoshoot by Dorothy Low which saw Tupac also wear Karl Kani clothing. Dorothy’s photographs of Tupac wearing the denim overalls appeared in a 1993 edition of ‘Word Up’ magazine.



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