Die hard Wu-Tang Clan fan Jason Koza has slammed Martin Shkreli and RZA with a lawsuit after his artwork landed in the $2 million one-of-a-kind album, “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.”
Koza claims he entered nine of his hand drawn portraits the Wu-Tang members to be posted on a site called Wu Disciples. He was delighted when Wu-Tang’s producer Cilvaringz contacted him back in 2014 to say he was working on the “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” record. Koza claims following that conversation he never heard from anyone in Wu-Tang’s camp again, but was disturbed to find out that the rare album included a leather-bound book with copies of his drawings.
Following the sale of the album, where Martin Shkreli picked it up for $2 million, three of his original drawings wound up in a January article of Vice. Koza feels like he’s been jerked around and now is looking for Shkreli, RZA and Cilvaringz to pay up.
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