When Martin Shkreli, the rat-faced former executive of Turing Pharmaceuticals, decided to pick a fight publicly with legendary Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah, you just knew hilarity would ensue. And sure enough, Ghostface Killah posted a video on Facebook today in which he absolutely tears Shkreli apart piece by piece.
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It’s a hip-hop feud that’s almost too ridiculous to believe: One of the most successful and talented Wu-Tang alums versus the world’s most hated former pharmaceutical CEO. However, the beef between Ghostface Killah and Martin “Pharma Bro” Shkreli is very real. Per NME, Shkreli appeared on radio station Power 105’s The Breakfast Club this week and said …
The saga of “Pharma Bro” Martin Shkreli took a very strange turn last year when it was revealed that the hated former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals had paid millions of dollars for the rights to acquire the lone copy of the Wu-Tang Clan’s album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin. Even though the Wu-Tang Clan added a …
One of the best oddball stories to break this week was the revelation that Martin Shkreli, a.k.a., the hated “Pharma Bro” CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, had purchased the sole copy of the Wu-Tang Clan’s secret new album for $2 million. While Shkreli’s possession of the album may have left many Wu-Tang fans despondent that they’d never …
As a longtime fan of Wu-Tang Clan, this is a little bit like seeing the One Ring end up in the hands of Sauron. Bloomberg is reporting that the lone copy of Wu-Tang Clan’s secret new album has been purchased by Martin Shkreli, the hated “Pharma Bro” whose company Turing Pharmaceuticals decided to jack up the price …
Last year we learned that Wu-Tang Clan planned to release a secret album called Once Upon a Time in Shaolin whose distribution would only be limited to one copy. Yes, that’s right: There’s a full album of never-heard Wu-Tang music out there and it’s just sold to an unknown buyer.
It’s been 21 years since the Wu-Tang Clan took the hip-hop world by storm with their brilliant debut record Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) and since then many of them have gone on to have successful solo careers, most notably members Ghostface Killah, Method Man and the dearly departed Ol’ Dirty Bastard.
Most hip-hop artists strive to sell millions of records but legendary Wu-Tang Clan rapper and producer Rza wants to sell exactly one. In an interview with Forbes, Rza explains why he and the Wu have decided to release only one physical copy of their upcoming double album that will be called “The Wu – Once Upon …