Wu-Tang Clan Vs. Martin Shkreli Musical Being Crowdfunded

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(Radio.com) Could the ongoing drama between ex-CEO and general bad guy Martin Shkreli and the Wu-Tang Clan be the next big Broadway hit? Possibly, but at the very least it'll make for a hilarious night of theater.

In late 2015, Shkreli purchased the Wu-Tang Clan's rare album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin for $2 million and made several threats about what he would do with it. They involved destroying the album, keeping it locked away from the public or placing it in a hard-to-reach foreign location so interested listeners had to first go on a pilgrimage to reach it.

That kind of behavior helped fuel the rumor that Wu-Tang Clan had included a clause in the album's sale stating they could hire Bill Murray to help get the album back, heist style.

Now, there's going to be a musical about it. The "musical comedy caper" is called Martin Shkreli's Game: How Bill Murray Joined the Wu-Tang Clan, according to Fact. To help get the production off the ground, the writers have launched an IndieGoGo campaign. Read more here.

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