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Martin Shkreli Shares Ultra-Rare Wu-Tang Clan Album to Celebrate Donald Trump Victory (Video)

Hated pharma-bro gifts the public with music following GOP presidential win

Need a soundtrack for your victory dance — or to drown out your anguished sobs? Don’t worry, America; Martin Shkreli has your back.

The widely reviled former pharmaceutical executive — who drew wholesale wrath for jacking up the price of an HIV drug — celebrated Donald Trump’s victory in the presidential election Tuesday by sharing his ultra-rare Wu-Tang Clan album, “Once Upon a Time in Shaolin,” with the public.

Shkreli — who bought the one-of-a-kind album last year for a reported $2 million — offered the album up to fans gratis online.

Sucking down a victory Coke, a visibly delighted Shkreli first shared the album intro with the public, before moving on to other tracks from the album, of which only one copy was produced.

Shkreli’s musical gift to the world was accompanied by a heavy dose of gloating and threats. Asked why he hadn’t yet live-streamed the album after promising to do so, Shkreli shot back on Twitter, “listen stupid i need some time. i’m celebrating, bitches. you wait till im ready or i might just damn near change my mind.”

He also informed ardent Trump critic the Huffington Post, “LMAO YOU F—ING LOSERS @HuffingtonPost LMAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HAHAHAHAHAHA.”

Watch Shkreli’s politically heated listening party in the video.