As he continues to stretch out whatever is left of his 15 minutes of fame, which included buying an auctioned off Wu-Tang Clan album for $2 Million, disgraced former pharma CEO Martin Shkreli recently sat down with Allie Conti of VICE for an interview. During that interview, with the Wu-Tang Clan album the bought playing in the background, hemulled over what he wants to actually do with the album, which included “wanting to destroy the record” or “installing it in some remote place so that people have to make a spiritual quest to listen.”
During the interview, he also talks about possibly doing extensive jail time over a securities fraud charge he was recently for by the FBI, where he thinks he’ll be fine. Conti who heard bits and pieces of the album during the interview, gave her take on it, saying “it was definitely better than their last album,” although she wouldn’t say “it’s worth $2 million.” She also hope that Shkreli decides to let the world hear it, but it seems like he’s more interested in being a hated individual by all. To read the full piece, click here.