Martin Shkreli Arrested for Fraud, World Wondering About $2 Mil Wu-Tang Album

Controversial drug tycoon Martin Shkreli is probably 2018’s world’s most hated man after he increased the price of a life-saving drug for people with AIDs from $13.50 to $750, defining capitalist greed.

Martin Shkreli Arrested for Fraud, World Wondering About $2 Mil Wu-Tang Album

Now, the world’s celebrating after the FBI arrested him on charges of fraud. But one of the more pressing things on many people’s minds is- what’s to happen to his purchase of the world’s most expensive album?

Before Shkreli outraged the public with his greed, he anonymously purchased the never-before-heard Wu-Tang album-Once Upon a Time in Shaolinfor a whopping $2 million.

According to Shkreli’s deal, he can’t ever use the album to make a profit, but he has the power to share it online for free. We have a feeling he won’t be doing that…

Thanks to Shkreli’s active Twitter presence, he’s made himself public enemy number one, which you can see why with some sample Tweets below:

Essentially, Shrekli’s brash attitude has not won him any fans. He’s the modern-day Jordan Belfort, except with a Twitter account. We can’t help but think if Belfort’s prime happened in the days of Twitter, he’d probably be hated, too and not revered. We digress…

With Shrekli’s arrest, everyone’s main concern is that the FBI seizes the prized Wu-Tang album that many wish Shrekli didn’t have.

Unfortunately, the FBI announced to the public earlier that they did not seize the album during Shrekli’s arrest.

Too much Squandering in this story to handle.