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Ghostface Killah Furious At Buyer of $2M Wu-Tang Clan Album

01/25/2016
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(Radio.com) RZA may have already teasingly threatened to execute the rumored Bill Murray heist clause for the sale of Wu-Tang Clan's album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, but Ghostface Killah has some more biting words for the album's owner, pharmaceutical CEO Martin Shkreli.

TMZ caught Ghostface Killah on the street, where he called Shkreli a "sh-thead." Ghostface seemed less upset that their album now belonged to him, and more upset about what Shkreli did to the price of AIDs pill Daraprim. "You don't take some AIDs pill that you have for what $7 and then make it like $800," he said.

When asked how he felt about Shkreli as a person, Ghostface Killah said, "I don't even know him, you know what I mean? But when I heard what he did with the AIDs [medication] like that, that's not right, that's not right."

As for the album, Ghostface said he'd love to see it in the hands of the people, but admitted, "It's out of my hands, man." Shrekeli purchased Once Upon a Time in Shaolin for $2 million in December. He was later arrested for securities fraud. Watch Ghostface Killah here.

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