In an interview with Rolling Stone RZA, who initially sold Shaolin to Shkreli for $ 2 million, revealed that he had tried to repurchase the album but could not sign it an agreement that forbids him to do so.
"The first thing I did was call my lawyer, and I thought, 'Yo, let's go,'" RZA told the newspaper. "They said," Alright, check with your contract. "And it's not, you can not do it, is not she a bitch?" He said about the conversation with his lawyers about the repurchase of the project.
Nevertheless, RZA is amazed at how this unique album has become from a rare commodity to this one now. A coveted project that Wu-Tang fans would like to hear.
"It's kind of crazy, the record has become a unit that is very different from many albums," he said. "It's like the Mona Lisa, it has its own folklore, and that's what I wanted and [co-producer] Cilvaringz."
"But I find it super interesting The last album I talked about Jeff Sessions had It was not a word if RZA would meet Jeff Sessions to see if he had the Shaolin [19459006
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