The Wu-Tang Clan had an insane plan in order to shore up their street cred, rap legend status and their faux kung fu mysticism. They would craft an album forged from the best beats and swiftest of lyrics, seal it within a tomb and sell it for $2 million dollars. It's the stuff of self-prophesying legend! Of course, no epic is complete without a villain. And that villain was Martin Shkreli, pharmaceutical tech bro entrepreneur who purchased the album with ill-gotten gains from selling overpriced medications to people in need. But gosh darn it, Wu-Tang is for the children! Seeing the error of their ways, the group donated the proceeds from the album to charity.While the Wu may be out of 2 million smackers, there is a good chance that the IRS or Bill Murray may be able to seize the album and share Once Upon A Time In Shaolin... with the masses!