Briefly: They sold it. Wu-Tang Clan spent nine years making a super secret album called Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, of which only a single copy would be sold. A few months ago, a "private American collector" quietly bought it for "millions" of dollars. Wu-Tang threw in some free $US55,000 ($75,966) speakers, too. ODB must be laughing his arse off in heaven.
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