Former Turing Pharmaceuticals Chief Executive Officer Martin Shkreli invoked his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and refused to answer questions on Thursday from the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. The hearing was on drug pricing, for which Shkreli became notorious when he increased the price of a common drug used for HIV and cancer patients by 5000%.

Since then, Shkreli has leaned into his Internet fame, offering to bail a rapper out of jail and purchasing the sole copy of a valuable Wu-Tang album. As much as he loves to be defiant and talk about rap, he wouldn't even answer a question about the Wu-Tang.

Sources: USA Today | Reuters