Martin Shkreli’s week is continuing its steady decline following his abrupt arrest for securities fraud.
Method Man is feeling rather po’ed after his public dispute with RZA but he’s not totally blaming The Abbott for his frustration.
Method Man sent shockwaves through the Wu-Tang Clan temple yesterday when he coldly flipped the middle finger towards the group’s long ballyhooed album, Once Upon A Time In Shaolin. XXL magazine informed the veteran MC that the RZA was planning to release the album in 2103–88 years from now–in concurrence to widespread reports.
The revelation that the Wu-Tang Clan’s mythical Once Upon A Time In Shaolin will be released in 2103 has many Hip-Hop heads puzzled, including one who presumably appears on it.
While Wu-Tang Clan fans reserve a morsel of hope for A Better Tomorrow to include each of the group’s living members, the collective have a more innovative LP on the way that will release unhitched. Forbes debuted a brief documentary about the secret album Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, which will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
Complications with Wu-Tang Clan’s A Better Tomorrow LP have fans less than optimistic about a full-length from the legendary collective actually releasing. But that changes today, as a 31-track double disc titled Once Upon A Time In Shaolin was announced.