Pharma-Fuccboi Martin Shkreli Celebrates Trump Victory by Releasing Snippets of Wu-Tang Album

When he isn’t ensuring that effective HIV medication is too expensive for the people that need it, laughable pharma-god Martin Skhreli is doing his part to support Donald Trump. Last month, the pharmaceutical executive announced on Twitter that should the Republican nominee win, he would be releasing music off the one-of-one, unreleased Wu-Tang Clan album–Once Upon a Time in Shaolin–that he purchased from RZA for TWO MILLION dollars in 2015.

Shortly after it became clear that Trump would claim the upset victory over Hillary Clinton, images of Shkreli teasing the unreleased music began surfacing online. Mere snippets isn’t what Shkreli promised, but as he expresses in the clips, he had such little faith that Trump would actually pull this shit off that he hadn’t formally arranged a method through which to release the prized music.

We called Shkreli and asked him if he’d like to comment on the situation, and he simply quipped, “Uhhhh, no.” Feel free to call him yourself 646.217.2783, you might get a better answer.

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