Donald Trump has officially won the 2016 US Presidential election and, in turn, as promised, Martin Shkreli has streamed his extremely rare Wu-Tang album in celebration.
The millionaire pharma-demon famously bought the one-of-a-kind album for a hefty two millions dollars last year, promoting Trump by vowing to share the work upon his victory. The current previews of the album include videos of Shkreli listening to tracks in his home with the possibility of wider distribution depending on artist negotiations.
Shkreli made news headlines in 2015 for his work with Turing Pharmaceuticals, when he effectively upsurged the price of Daraprim, a drug commonly used in HIV/AIDS treatment, from $13.50 to $750 per pill. The controversy led to well-deserved national hate, to which Martin paraded further with his Wu-Tang album offer.
See previews of Shkreli's videos below.