Martin Shkreli, Who Is In Prison, Claims To Have A USB Of Drake’s Response To Pusha T’s Diss Track

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Three months after crying in court for getting served a seven year prison sentence for securities fraud in a rare show of humanity, Martin Shkreli is back to his unparalleled douchebaggery.

The 35-year-old recently announced via a Facebook post posted by a friend that he allegedly has a USB with Drake’s response to Pusha-T’s scathing diss track, The Story of Adidon–which outs Drake for being a deadbeat dad to a son he alleged had with a porn star.

Shkreli, who was forced to return Wu Tang’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin album that he bought for $2 million, penned the following from Fort Dix federal prison in New Jersey:

“I’m pleased to hear Lil Wayne’s Carter V will be released soon and his litigation has been settled. It is a great addition to his already impressive corpus.

Additionally, I am pleased to report my offices have received an unmarked USB disk containing what appears to be unpublished and newly created tracks by Drake, referencing recent events with respect to Pusha-T and Kanye West.

There are 10 tracks and some appear to be demo tracks by an unnamed artist to inspire a forthcoming, fully-produced “disrespect” musical piece. I would normally share a snippet as I have in the past but my present situation negates this possibility.

(Posted by a friend)”

Who knows if this is bullshit or not. Shkreli is a master troll (albeit a total sociopath) who is so irritating that his own lawyer said there were times he wanted to punch his client in the face. That happened. It’s just a matter of time before he says he’ll only release the diss track if a judge reduces his seven year sentence. We don’t want to hear it that bad.

[h/t High Snobiety]

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