Birdman Ordered by Judge to Vacate His $14 Million Miami Mansion
Birdman's legal issues continue to worsen and now the hip-hop mogul will have to give up his Miami mansion.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, the Cash Money Records co-founder has been ordered to immediately surrender the possession of keys and security system access to his 20,000-square-foot compound.
Baby has been embroiled in a fight with EMG Transfer Agent and was hit with a $12 million foreclosure lawsuit in December of last year. According to a previous report, the lawsuit is for Birdman's Miami mansion, as well as a North Miami office space which houses his Hit Factory Criteria Recording Studios.
Birdman initially took a loan for the home in 2015 and the suit claims he defaulted on the loan in February 2017.
In related Birdman news, rumors of a relationship with Toni Braxton were fueled by a recent collaboration from the two. On the new song "Heart Away," Braxton hints at a relationship with Baby.
“He took my heart away, bad man with good manner/Played me like I was a habit/Middle finger, he could have it/I used to dream of livin’ lavish/Now a girl’s a livin’ legend," she sings.
As for Birdman, he raps about taking a woman out of a bad situation, spitting, "So much pain, I took you away from it/When I pull up on you I'm stuntin'/You got a bad man feeling good/Got a rich nigga from the hood."
Birdman has yet to respond to allegations in the foreclosure lawsuit.
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