Birdman Is Fighting To Keep His Miami Studio From The Hands Of Creditor

Birdman's livelihood could be seriously jeopardized thanks to a new lawsuit.

(AllHipHop News) Birdman has already lost his Mansion to a creditor, and now his recording studio is in danger of being taken away as well.

Birdman is the owner of Hit Factory Criteria Recording Studios in Miami, but the business could end up in the hands of a company called EMG Transfer Agent.

EMG forced the rapper to put his luxurious Miami estate up for sale after he defaulted on a $12 million loan.

Apparently, a court-ordered Birdman to pay EMG all of the proceeds the studio earns since he has yet to sell the Miami mansion.

EMG claims Birdman is making money off of rent, in addition to recording projects with top stars like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Marc Anthony.

Birdman has already responded to EMG's request to tax his pockets. The Cash Money boss claims he is not making any money from Hit Factory Criteria Recording Studios, which he says is being used to record demos for new artists.

Birdman fears that if he loses control of the studio, he will have no way of finding and nurturing new talent.

The latest round of legal wrangling against Birdman is the latest in a series of lawsuits he is facing.

Although he settled a long-standing feud with Lil Wayne for $10 million back in May, the pair are back in court, over claims Lil Wayne is attempting to steal profits made by Drake.

And just recently, Tyga file a10 million dollar lawsuit against, Cash Money, claiming the label system out of $10 million dollars worth of royalties.