I'd prefer to buy a lost album by a rather innovative band rather than buy the new RZA money grab.
I mean, the only good thing from Wu-Tang Clan is Liquid Swords and 36 Chambers. They haven't been relevant since more than 10 years ago.
>Screw over average people by jacking up pill prices because "muh research costs" even though you're not even the fucking company that developed the 60-year-old drug
>Screw over rich investors
>OMG THIS IS THE WORST THING EVER
Is anybody surprised that the government works this way
He's nouveau riche Wall Street trash, not some old money industrial clan or a famous celebrity. In fact, they'd have the opposite problem with him that a normal celebrity would: finding a jury that WOULDN'T convict him out of spite.
One of the main reasons extremely famous celebrities are rarely taken to court over offenses most people would be is because there's almost no way they'll be convicted by a jury. Unlike an average shlub they can afford excellent legal council and can drum up some excellent PR for their case, making the entire trial process an extreme waste of time for everyone involved. So they just settle it quickly and quietly and probably agree to donate a lot to the next police ball or something.
One is legal, the other is illegal. Raising the price of the drug made more headlines than screwing over investors. Don't be such a dumb cunt, he bought the rights to produce the drug so he can jack up the price all he likes and all he'll get is a PR disaster, but fraud is an actual crime.
the implication being that he was too brazen, exposing the game that is played somewhat more subtly by power elites, and was targeted to be made an example of. there is a case for fraud against another company since '14, but nothing was going to happen with it until he made a bad PR move for the pharma industry.
i.e. selective enforcement