In the last few months, Martin Shkreli has earned a reputation as many things: The guy who jacked up the price of an HIV medication from a few dollars to $750; the guy who bought the Wu-Tang Clan album for $2 million; the guy who said he was going to bail out Bobby Shmurda out of jail; the guy that got arrested for securities fraud last year.
Or, my favorite, the guy who makes this face:
Shkreli responded with a strange video threatening Ghost, calling him his son and baiting him.
On Wednesday morning (Feb. 3), he took the feud to a new level, launching some threats at the legendary rapper.
"If he was here right now, I'd f--kin' smack him in the face," he said, adding later, "I'm from the streets."
The photo at the top of this post is, presumably, Ghost's reaction to the threat.
You can watch the full interview below, where he also discusses his company's drug price hikes, why he didn't bail out Shmurda, his recent arrest, why he doesn't like Donald Trump and plenty more.