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In case you are somehow still undecided about who to vote for with just a week and a half left before the election — and Wu-Tang Clan is your single-issue voting topic — then the "most hated man in America" is trying to sweeten the deal in favor of Donald Trump. Pharma bro-cum-artist Martin Shkreli vowed late Wednesday night to release his entire collection of "unreleased music" for free if Trump takes the White House, bragging that it includes "unheard" Nirvana and Beatles music.
Oh, and yes — it also includes Wu-Tang Clan's Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, of which there is only one copy in the entire world.
One Twitter user implored Shkreli to just release Shaolin if Hillary Clinton wins. "Or break it," Shkreli wrote back.
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For whatever it's worth, RZA of Wu-Tang Clan has endorsed Clinton, Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic likes Gary Johnson, and despite not even being able to vote in the election, Sir Paul McCartney says Clinton "is with me."
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