(Video) Martin Shkreli Makes Good On His Promise – Listen To Parts of The 1-of-1 Wu-Tang Album Here!

Martin Shkreli is the sole owner of Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, which he purchased for $2 million late last year. The album was made to be owned by just one person, and part of the contract signed upon its release to the buyer stated that it could not be shared for the following 88 years.


(Video) Wu-Tang Clan & Bill Murray Set To Take Down Martin Shkreli In Crowdfunded Musical

Some people were so inspired by the whole Wu-Tang Clan-Shkreli debacle that they decided to make a musical out of it and are being crowdfunded for it!


Martin Shkreli Dropped From “Once Upon A Time In Shaolin” Lawsuit

A couple months ago, a fan sued Martin Shkreli & RZA for artwork on the packaging of “Once Upon A Time In Shaolin”, claiming it was his art and they used it without his permission. Mr. Shkreli has now been dropped from the case, according to Billboard. Hit the jump.


(Photo) Wu-Tang Clan Fan Sues Martin Shkreli And RZA For Art Work Sold With “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin”

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. Click the gallery for photos


Martin Shkreli Fires Shots Back At Ghostface! Calls Ghostface A “Non-Profit Rapper”

Uh oh! Billionaire Martin Shkreli took to Twitter to respond to Ghostface’s latest comments about him. Hit the jump for more.


(Video) Ghostface Killah Is Not Here For Martin Shkreli​​ Owning ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’

Ghostface Killah stands with the rest of us in hating, Martin Shkreli, the man who managed to get his hands on Wu-Tang’s one of a kind album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. If you recall, Shkreli who is currently battling fraud charges, is also the same guy who hiked up the price of life-saving AIDS medication from around $13.00 to $750.00 per pill. TMZ photogs caught up with Ghostface in downtown L.A. and asked him what he thinks about Shkreli owning the album and he held nothing back in his response. “Yeah, that shithead bought it,” Ghostface told TMZ. “I don’t even know him, but when I heard what he did with the AIDS like that… That’s not right.” In a similar response to RZA, Ghostface admitted that what Shkreli chooses to do with the album is out of his hands, however he belives that the album should “belong to the people”. Check out the video below.


The $2 Million Wu-Tang Album Might Be Up For Grabs Again…

It’s been quite the month for disgraced pharmaceutical exec Martin Shkreli. After his original “claim to fame” was jacking the price of an AIDS/cancer pill from $13.50 to $750 each, he then became known as the guy who purchased the one-of-one, $2 million Wu-Tang album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin. Reveling in his newfound internet infamy, Shkreli then announced plans to bail out Bobby Shmurda. Things went left shortly afterward, however.


Wu-Tang’s 1-of-1 Million Dollar ‘Once Upon A Time In Shaolin’ Album Has Been Sold

Early last year, the Wu-Tang Clan announced that they’d be getting together for a new album, though this time, it’d be much different than any other project they’d worked on. The 31-song Once Upon A Time In Shaolin was revealed to be a one-of-one, and the only way you could hear it would be by forking over a million dollars…or waiting for 88 years. Welp, the option for the former is now gone, so you’ll have to wait the 88 years until its new owner is allowed to release it to the public. Though the buyer has not been revealed, they’ve been identified as a “private American collector,” and it’s said that they paid “millions” for the album. 31 brand new Wu songs and skits is not all they received, however.


Upcoming Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Album To Be Titled WHAT?!

Although I can’t afford this upcoming piece of work, the thought of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony back in the studio just gives a girl the chills. The 90s group has decided to record a one-copy album and sell it to the highest bidder – around the $1MiL range. Now, Krayzie Bone dishes the dirt and what that lucky bidder can expect in a title as well as tracks. Hit the jump for the deets.


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