Of all the strange news stories that went viral in 2015, perhaps none featured as many unexpected twists and turns as that of the so-called "Pharma Bro," Martin Shkreli.
It all started when Shkreli jacked up the price of Daraprim - a life-saving medication used by HIV and cancer patients to prevent Toxoplasmosis - by more than 5,000 percent.
Naturally, Shkreli made a lot of enemies as a result of his abject greed and callous disregard for human life, including Vermont senator and current presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, whom Shkreli attempted to engage in a bizarre online feud.
But the 32-year-old's latest beef has nothing to do with his unethical business practices, or even his recent arrest for securities fraud.
You see, instead of attempting to win over his many, many critics through some sort of philanthropic endeavor, Shkreli recently went on a wild spending spree, scooping up a number of wildly ostentatious status symbols, including a $2 million Wu Tang album.
The iconic hip hop crew only pressed one copy of the disc, with the expectation that whatever well-heeled fan purchased it would happily release it to the public.
Unfortunately, they didn't account for the possibility of someone like Shkreli buying the record.
Shkreli seems to have made the purchase for no other reason than to play an absurdly expensive game of keep-away with the hip hop community.
He's boasted about owning the album, but seems to have no plans to make it available to anyone else. In fact, he recently threatened to erase it.
Wu Tang members the RZA and Ghostface Killah have expressed their distaste for Shkreli, and the former pharmaceutical exec has responded by issuing a series of threats on social media, culminating in the video below.
The clip - which was posted just moments ago - features Shkreli launching into a bizarre tirade while a bunch of masked goons pose menacingly behind him.
It's truly obnoxious, but we suggest you check it out. After all, it's not every day that you get to hear what may be a man's last words.