Wu-Tang Clan dropped a new track Friday dissing the convicted felon — who famously shelled out $2 million for the only copy of an album by the hip-hop group then rubbed it in fans’ faces.
“Hater / Wouldn’t last a day in my shoes / You know very well / Bet he swell / You can tell he jeal’ / My price hikin’ like the pills Martin Shkreli sell,” the group raps on “Lesson Learn’d,” referencing the self-proclaimed “Pharma Bro” raising the price of a life-saving drug by 5,000 percent.
Shkreli has been in a battle with the Staten Island group ever since he bought its never-before-heard album “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” in 2015.
Member Ghostface Killah called the Ponzi schemer a “fake-a– super-villain” and Shkreli responded by calling him “an old man who has lost his relevance.”
Most recently, several Clan members claimed “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin” isn’t even an official Wu-Tang release.
Shkreli — who is awaiting sentencing after being found guilty of securities fraud – auctioned the album for more than $1 million on eBay earlier this month.
But he won’t be able to hear his name on a real Wu-Tang song — the disgraced Rx-ecutive was thrown in jail a few weeks later when he put a bounty out on a strand of Hillary Clinton’s hair and was declared a “danger to society.”