UPDATE 3:10 p.m.: Martin Shkreli responded to Ghostface Killah's comments on Twitter by calling him a "non-profit rapper."
Ghost mad that Shaolin outsold his last 5 albums… dude’s a non-profit rapper. Calls himself ironman, but sounds rusty AF @GhostfaceKillah— Martin Shkreli (@MartinShkreli) January 22, 2016
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Wu-Tang Clan's Ghostface Killah is not happy about the group's one-of-a-kind album ending up in the hands of Martin Shkreli, the guy who jacked up the price of life-saving AIDS medication from $13.50 to $750.00 per pill. "Yeah, that shithead bought it," Ghostface told TMZ. "I don't even know him, but when I heard what he did with the AIDS like that... That's not right." Ghostface added that while the ownership of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin is out of his hands, the album belonged to the people. "What you gonna hold it for 88 years for?"
In a recent interview, RZA said Shkreli could do whatever he wanted with the album because he's the one who bought it. "Art—the beautiful thing about art, from my standpoint, is that it has no discrimination," he said. As you may know, Shkreli was recently arrested on federal fraud charges. The FBI originally released a statement that they haven't seized the Wu-Tang album, but the government could end up seizing the album if prosecutors find that Shkreli used any of the $65 million he's accused of taking in the fraud case to purchase the album.