If you'd forgotten, we're sorry to remind you that the only copy ever made of Wu-Tang Clan's Once Upon A Time in Shaolin is owned by Martin Shkreli - the guy who bought an Aids drug before hiking the price by 5,000%.
A clause included in the contract following the $2 million auctioning of the album to Shkreli - since proven to be a hoax - gained a lot of attention when the news initially broke. It alleged that "any member of the Wu-Tang Clan and/or actor Bill Murray may legally plan and attempt to execute one heist or caper to steal back Once Upon a Time in Shaolin."
Sadly, this wasn't true but instead of just imagining what a Bill Murray x Wu-Tang heist would look like, a musical is in production detailing the events.
Martin Shkreli's Game: How Bill Murray Joined the Wu-Tang Clan, penned by Lauren Gundrum and Joel Esher, is set to debut at the Midtown International Theatre Festival in New York this July.
Meanwhile Shkreli has shared his thoughts, and is encouraging people to donate to the play, albeit with a hint of sarcasm.
Its Indiegogo fundraising page is here, and features the "Shkreli Special" for anyone with a lot of money to blow.