What Happened To That Boy: Birdman ordered to give up keys to $14.5 million Miami mansion

Birdman is one home less, as the rap veteran has just been order to surrender the keys to his waterfront Miami mansion…


Complete with its own private white sand beach, movie theatre, an in-ground pool, spa, and in-house massage parlor, Baby’s $14.5 million 20,000 sq ft estate now belongs to the courts, thanks to a messy lawsuit between the Cash Money CEO and EMG Transfer Agent—a company that claims he defaulted on a $12 million loan.

According to EMG‘s suit, Birdman used the sprawling mansion—purchased back in 2012—as collateral for the loan he took out with their imprint.

Per official documents, obtained by The Blast, Lil Wayne’s 47-year-old ex-mentor was recently ordered to immediately surrender possession of all keys and security system access to his 7-bed 11-bath compound.

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Once the keys are out of the Hip-Hop commander’s possession, a court appointed delegate will reportedly take control of the residence, and receive all contracts, leases, rental agreements, fixtures furniture and equipment inside— including the plush recliners that decorate his home-cinema, and the golden chairs in his luxurious foyer.

Until the legal beef between Birdman and EMG subsides, a judge ruled the property can neither be sold or transferred; however, it can be placed up for rent or lease.

So far, the “Still Fly” spitter has yet to respond to the case.

A few weeks back, Birdman’s arch nemesis, Rick Ross, joked about taking ownership of the abode to use as a place to dock his boat.



By: Asia Grace

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