With the Hip Hop world aiming a constant stream of vitriol at presidential candidate Donald Trump, leave it to Martin Shkreli to promise new music from Wu-Tang Clan if Trump does win the election.

The notorious pharmaceutical exec, who owns Wu-Tang’s Once Upon A Time In Shaolin album, made the announcement on Twitter last night (October 26) and added that he’ll also throw in unreleased music from Nirvana and The Beatles if Trump takes home a victory over Hillary Clinton.

Shkreli, who was once dubbed Pharma Bro due to his price-gouging practices, suggested that he’ll break Wu’s album, which features never-before-released music from the Staten Island crew, if Clinton wins.

Much to the chagrin of many, it was reported last year that Shkreli bought the sole copy of Wu-Tang’s Once Upon A Time In Shaolin for $2 million.

Despite getting his hands on the prized album, Shkreli’s relationship with those in Wu-Tang has been riddled with struggle.

At the top of this year, Shkreli threatened to slap Ghostface Killah during his feud with the New York MC. He also took aim at RZA on several occasions.