Now that the garbage pile disguised as a human Martin Shkreli may have to forfeit his storied acquisition of the sole copy of Wu-Tang Clan's Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, the infamous album may actually find its way into the hands of someone willing to share it with the world. Which it better, as the Wu's U-God has just dropped a serious bomb: as once was rumored, the album does indeed contain a collaboration with Cher.

TMZ spoke to U-God about the latest installment of the saga of Once Upon a Time in Shaolin where he confirmed the appearance of the Oscar-winning icon. "It's crazy, because me and Redman got a track with Cher on there," he says. When pressed about how the hell something like that happened, he simply replied "I don't even know either." No other details have emerged surrounding this dream pairing (short of the below tweet from Cher circa 2014), but never stop believing.

Think it's just hearsay? Think somebody in the Wu needs to snap out of it? Let us know in the comments below.

In other music news, Travis Scott is definitely getting close to finally dropping AstroWorld. See our guide to everything we know about the album so far here.

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