First off, the video's title is the absolute real title. To be KILLed verbally, politically, & emotionally... That's the kind of art Vincent Vaughn Gogh dreamed of making.
The video is seriously just phenomenal. The insults on Martin, who is just an all around horrible guy: -"Fake Peter Pan character." -"Fake super villain." -"Peewee Shkreli." -"The way he say goons... It's not even official." -"Money don't make you a man, brah." -"Was he playin' hop-scotch or eatin' ice cream with his fellas?" -"You a soft killah, man. You a baby, man." -"Bring it down, Marty, just a little bit. I mean, 5000% a bit." -"The world right now, they're not feeling you, they're gonna hate you, brah." -"Here go you the devil in the flesh, trying to be the villain..."
The image burns:
The astute political commentary:
The undoubted ethos of wisdom:
The emotional realness:
No joke, none of these feel-good buzz-good share-worthy whatever videos will ever make me feel as moved or emotional as this video does. This is super real stuff. Martin Shkreli is a bad person and Ghost is a good person. This video and Ghost's going after a guy trying to make insane profits off people's suffering is just inspirational. "These are real tears because you know what I wanna tell you you so bad, and what you're doing is evil." She's telling the truth. "Grow the fuck up. Be a man. Be a man, Martin." YES! This is the stuff!
Also, there's some kind of weird product plugs at the end of it all but that doesn't matter. The rest of the video is fantastic.
No one with the thick-rimmed glasses looks as good as Ghostface Killah does. He looks like a Pulitzer Prize winner, which he should be for creating this amazing piece. It goes right on the shelf with all the Wu-Tang masterpieces. Ghostface Killah took Martin Shkreli to court. It's awesome and I'd love to see more of this. Give Ghost his Pulitzer then give him a spot on the Supreme Court. Then when people are whining or bragging about individual Supreme Court justices as if those whiners and braggers actually know anything about judicial interpretations we can all actually give a hoot. That's certainly not to disparage any Supreme Court decisions or say I know more about judicial law than anyone else. It's just to say I'm not getting fired up about the Supreme Court until we award Ghostface Killah the spot he rightfully deserves.
Remember, at the end of the day: