Goulding had said that Skhreli 'needs to eff off'
Controversial pharmaceutical CEO Martin Skhreli has responded to recent remarks made about him by pop star Ellie Goulding.
Shkreli made headlines and angered many by buying the rights to life-saving drug Daraprim and significantly increasing the cost for users. The drug is primarily used by those diagnosed with AIDS. He also purchased a one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang Clan album for $2 million before feuding with the rap group’s members.
Responding to recent news about Shkreli, Goulding said that he “needs to eff off or I will hunt him down”. Replying to the tweet, Shkreli told the singer to “chill bae”.
Shkreli later labelled Goulding’s music as “garbage” and called the British singer a “one hit wonder”.
See those tweets below.
Goulding later responded, saying “I’ll take him clean out nae bother”.
Shkreli has recently been embroiled in a war of words with Wu-Tang rapper Ghostface Killah.
Speaking during an interview on US radio station Power 105’s The Breakfast Club, Shkreli claimed that he would “smack [Ghostface] right in the face”.
The feud started when Ghostface branded Shkreli a “shithead”.