Martin Shkreli, also known as Pharma Bro, commented on Sam Bankman-Fried’s survival in federal prison. He previously emphasized that SBF got lucky with the judge to get the bail deal.
Pharma Bro, a former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, was sentenced to 7 years in prison for committing fraud by selling AIDS’s Daraprim tablets for $750 instead of $13.50 and spending five years behind bars. After his release, he found an interest in the blockchain space. He created Druglike, a Web3 platform designed to “democratize access to the early stages of pharmaceutical drug discovery, funding for future pharmaceuticals, and intellectual property rights.”
Yet, as reported by Web3isgoinggreat, the MSI token behind Druglike dropped by 90% after a crypto wallet connected to Shkreli dumped its holdings in exchange for 239 ETH, or a little over $450,000 at the time. The MSI token is still listed on CoinMarketCap and Coingecko, keeping traders on their toes.
In his interview with Unchained, dubbed “Martin Shkreli Explains Why Sam Bankman-Fried Got Lucky With His Judge,” Martin says Sam should lower his voice, cut his hair, learn the street culture, and don’t mention his educational background:
He also doesn’t know anything about the streets and criminal culture, my advice is to pick those things up as quickly as he can, he should be listening to as much rap music as possible, he should be trying everything there is to know about gangs.
As a reminder, ex CEO of the bankrupt FTX crypto exchange is accused of committing eight crimes, including wire fraud, wire fraud, securities violation, securities fraud conspiracy, and money laundering. Sam Bankman-Fried is released on $250 million bail and waiting for the trial in his parent’s home.
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Martin Shkreli then adds:
Learn everything there is to know about gangs, about the tough neighborhoods in every city.
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