The sale of Wu-Tang’s one-of-a-kind album Once Upon A Time In Shaolin doesn’t sit right with at least one member of the clan: Ghostface Killah. In a recent interview with TMZ, Ghostface called the lucky owner Martin Shkreli–the former pharmaceutical CEO who raised the price of AIDS medication– a “s**thead.” Though noting that the situation of the album sale is now “out of his hands,” the rap legend scolded Shkreli for his controversial business move.
“You don’t take an AIDS pill that you had for seven dollars, and then make it like 800 dollars. You don’t do that like that, I don’t care if you bought the Wu-Tang [album],” he said. “I don’t know him like that, but when I heard what he did with the AIDS [drug] like that, that’s not right.”
Shkreli, who is seeking to use the Fifth Amendment to decline to testify on the federal fraud charges against him, caught wind of Ghostface’s comments and replied on Twitter:
Ghost mad that Shaolin outsold his last 5 albums… dude’s a non-profit rapper. Calls himself ironman, but sounds rusty AF @GhostfaceKillah
— Martin Shkreli (@MartinShkreli) January 22, 2016
TMZ then caught up with Ghostface again, and the rapper spent his brief camera time making fun of Shkreli’s nose and issuing him a fair warning to walk away from the beef.
“This the man that wanna be beefin’, right? The Michael Jackson nose kid,” he replied. “Come on bruh, you don’t even wanna do it. I’ll break your heart in four days.”
Welp. Watch Ghostface Killah’s latest words to Martin Shkreli below: