The one-of-a-kind album was purchased by the notorious pharmaceutical boss for a reputed $2 million in May last year, before the rap group became aware of his business practices.
Following Trump becoming President-elect of the United States, Shkreli actually stayed true to his promise (in part), playing snippets from the album over a live stream.
While the majority of the Periscope stream saw the ‘pharma-bro’ sitting around on his laptop, sounds clips from the album have found their way onto YouTube.
Shkreli promised that further snippets will be released 'later' in a separate live-stream.
Since purchasing the album, Shkreli has had a somewhat turbulent relationship with members of Wu-Tang Clan, particularly Ghostface Killer, the pair having both posted videos online criticising each other.
Before the Democratic result, Shkreli was a Bernie Sanders supporter: once Hilary Clinton became the democratic nominee, he turned on the party, lambasting her on Twitter.
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