Bryan "Birdman" Williams Lowers The Sale Price Of His Miami Mansion Again

The mogul is trying to unload his mansion as a nasty legal fight with a creditor rages on in court.

(AllHipHop News) Cash Money Records' co-founder Bryan "Birdman" Williams has lowered the price of his Miami mansion, which was put on the market as the result of a heated battle with one of his creditors.

In January, the magnate was ordered out of the massive estate after he defaulted on installments, during an on-going war with a company called EMG Transfer Agent.

The rapper purchased the stately home back in 2012 for $14 million, but he ran into difficulty when he took a $14.5 million against the property in 2015.

In June, Birdman agreed to sell the mansion as the loan went into default, and claimed he had a purchasor lined up for $13.5 million.

But earlier this summer, the Miami Beach estate went back on the market for $20 million, then it was cut down to $16.9 million.

Now the rapper is asking for $15.5 million for the waterfront property, which has 15 bedrooms, a state of the art recording studio, a movie theater, wine bars, a custom spa and more.

In addition to paying $14 million, Birdman also reportedly renovated the mansion with $5 million in upgrades.

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Birdman is a scumbag. Running around robbing everyone