Pharma-Bro aka Martin Shkreli was once one of the most hated men in the world. His greed led to him creating a monopoly on a medication people needed to stay alive, then he purposely made the drug unaffordable through his company Retrophin. He became well known in the hip-hop community when his greed caused the world to never hear a rare Wu-Tang clan album of which only one copy was made. His legacy of chaos came to an end in 2017 when he was arrested, but now he is a free man again.

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Martin Shkreli Hitchhiking in 2022? Details on Why Pharmabro Martin Shkreli Got Released From Prison 2 Years Early

According to reports Martin Shkreli was released from prison today 2 years early. In 2017 he was sentenced to 7 years for securities fraud, which meant he was eligible for release in 2024. In past jail interviews he conveyed how badly he was hoping to get released early, and now his wish came true but there’s a small catch. Martin Shkreli will have to live in a halfway house, so this is a conditional release. Still much better than being prison. Edmond Sullivan picked up Martin Shrkeli from prison then posted picture on Twitter that went viral. In the post he called Martin Shkreli a hitchhiker.

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Martin Shkreli’s released from prison comes after he was recently put in the spotlight again after a ‘Rich and Shameless’ episode focused on his battle with Wu-Tang Clan. He bought Wu-Tang clan’s rare album for $10 Million then made sure it was never released to the public.

Don’t be surprising if you see him posting on social media in the next few days.

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