Most people wake up in the morning trying to be a better person than the one they were the day before, but not Martin Shkreli. Oh no, the controversial pharmaceuticals CEO gets worse. After paying millions for Wu-Tang Clan's one-of-a-kind album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, he's been arrested on charges of securities fraud, and is out on bail, fought publicly with members of the Clan and is now threatening to destroy the authentic album. He's gone too far.

In a new profile on Vice, reporter Allie Conti states that Shkreli has been toying with the idea of destroying the record or installing it in some remote place so that people have to make spiritual quests to listen to it. "I'm not just the heel of the music world, I want to be the world's heel," he said.

Shkreli played the album in the background during his interview. Conti didn't hear much, but this is what she grasped from it: "I barely got to hear it, because I was also interviewing him while it was on. From what I heard, it was definitely better than their last album, although I wouldn't say it's worth $2 million necessarily. I really hope Shkreli decides to release it to the public rather than destroy it, which is something he's mulling over right now," Conti told Noisey.