Two days before Christmas, Martin Shkreli revealed to all that he had the final version of Lil Wayne’s highly anticipated album, Tha Carter V, and played a few cuts for his Facebook followers. Since the hasty broadcast on Facebook Live, the pharmaceutical exec has promised Wayne’s team he’ll put an end to any further leaks, TMZ reports.

Tunechi wasn’t too pleased his album was partially leaked prematurely, so his camp took the necessary steps to make sure Shkreli would not be sharing any more of his music from the project and that there weren’t any more copies of it somewhere around.

Martin, who also happens to be the sole owner of Wu-Tang Clan’s Once Upon A Time In Shaolin, says he’s got the only copy as far as he knows.

Following the surprise leak, Birdman announced that Tha Carter V will in fact, see the light of day, but Lil Wayne says that’s false.

This isn’t the only nuisance the securities fraud bandit has already caused this year. Shkreli’s Twitter account was suspended Sunday (January 8) for harassing journalist Lauren Duca, the New York Daily News reports.

After Duca declined his invite to attend Donald Trump’s presidential inauguration January 20, he posted a photoshopped picture of himself and her hanging out on a couch. He also posted a photo montage of Duca with the words “Til Death do Us Part” superimposed.

Check out the tweets below.