r/news Jan 14 '22

Shkreli ordered to return $64M, is barred from drug industry


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u/Discreet_Deviancy Jan 14 '22

Think that album is worth about $64M to someone?


u/CriticoolHit Jan 14 '22 edited Jan 14 '22

I can nearly guarantee it's worth much much more to several others.

Whether they can afford to pay for that assigned value or not is another issue entirely lol.

EDIT: Weird thing to downvote but ok. Being stupid isn't a crime.


u/Viator_ Jan 14 '22

AFAIK it's not even a real album. It's just random verses that were recorded, not used, and then thrown over beats. They didn't go and make this album as a group without ever releasing it. Some producer or engineer spliced it together.


u/StrangeShark408 Jan 15 '22

some producer or engineer

Better put some respeck on tha gods name, RZA.


u/[deleted] Jan 15 '22

It’s not RZA he’s talking about. It’s Cilvaringz or however you spell it. The clan didn’t come together for an album. They talk about it in one of their documentaries. Maybe ‘Of Mics and Men’.