Rap Villain Martin Shkreli Leaks Two Tracks From ‘Carter V’

What makes Weezy fans sadder, that Tha Carter V still hasn’t dropped or that Martin Shkreli, one of the world’s biggest assholes, has the album before them?

Shkreli—the notoriously smug, self-proclaimed hip hop head—went on another one of his ego-boosting live streams to share two unreleased tracks reportedly from Lil Wayne’s heavily anticipated project, Tha Carter V. For those who haven’t been following, the album has been delayed multiple times since 2013. And of course, this jackass, who raised the price of a lifesaving pill by 5000 percent when he was CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, is the one who got his hands on it.

As TMZ noted, Shkreli shared parts of “Mona Lisa,” featuring Kendrick Lamar, and portions of “Life of Mr. Carter.” He also leaked another track from the album last December. 

Let’s not forgot that Shkreli once promised to release the Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time In Shaolin album, which he bought for $2 million, if Donald Trump became the president. Sadly that happened, and all Shkreli gave us were more shitty snippets. Thanks for nothing I guess?

UPDATE: Universal Music Group has shut down the leak, and Shkreli is still a wanker.



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