Professional Troll Martin Shkreli Just Leaked Two Songs Off Lil Wayne’s Long Anticipated ‘Tha Carter V’

My grandfather always told me that it doesn’t matter what you do as long as you’re the best at it. So by the metric, I have no choice but to respect Pharma douche Martin Shkreli for being the undisputed heavyweight champ of trolling.

First, the dude increased the price of Aids drug Daraprim by 5,556% just for shits and giggles. Then he bought sole copy of Wu-Tang Clan’s double album ‘Once Upon A Time In Shaolin’ for $2 million and leaked it to honor Trump’s presidential win (the stipulation of the purchase prohibited Shkreli from releasing it commerically for 88 years).

Then, in December, he leaked a track off of Lil Wayne’s lonnnnnnng anticipated ‘Tha Carter V’ that was intended to be released in October 2014, but standoffs with Birdman and Cash Money Records have dragged that on for years. The pharmaceutical exec promised Wayne’s team he’ll put an end to any further leaks after Wayne’s team launched an investigation into the leak, but TROLLS GON’ TROLL.

Shkreli has leaked two more songs off Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” album–the first being a track called “Mona Lisa”  featuring Kendrick Lamar. He also played a small snippet of “The Life of Carter.”


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Hate to say it, but I gotta side with Shkreli here. Wayne has no one to blame but himself and his petty ass bullshit with Birdman for delaying a record for three goddamn years. If Pharma Douche has to take it upon himself to play Robin Hood, I’ll gladly listen to the entire album through his choppy ass speakers.

[h/t TMZ]

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