Martin Shkreli Is Considering Destroying The Wu-Tang Clan Album He Paid $2 Million For Because He Wants To Be A Real-Life Supervillain!

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The city of New York is under attack!

Literal supervillain Martin Shkreli is back to his evil ways, and it seems as though he’s now set his sights on taking over the world.

As we previously reported, the 32-year-old big pharma exec managed to get his hands on the only copy of Wu-Tang Clan‘s priceless album Once Upon a Time in Shaolin and was holding it ransom.

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Well, although Martin was arrested for fraud and fired from his job as CEO of KaloBios Pharmaceuticals, he’s still thinking about making the world suffer once more by destroying the music once and for all!

During an in-depth interview with VICE, the real-life wrongdoer went full-on evil genius, saying:

“I’m not just the heel of the music world… I want to be the world’s heel.”

Is he taking lessons on how to be a bad guy? Because he’s really good at it.

Apparently the other leading option he’s considering is “installing it in some remote place so that people have to make a spiritual quest to listen.”


We’re hoping Martin will take this time to fall back into obscurity and stop taking money from sick people… but for some reason we don’t see that happening.

Hopefully the PowerPuff Girls can stop him in time!

[Image via Martin Shkreli/Twitter.]

Jan 27, 2016 5:59pm PDT

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