Miami, FL – Since Cash Money CEO Bryan “Birdman” Williams was hit with a $12 million foreclosures lawsuit, his Drake, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne platinum plaques have been locked up in a storage unit. On Wednesday (December 5), a choose reportedly denied Birdman’s request to get them again.
According to The Blast, the courtroom heard arguments from either side and the choose finally determined in opposition to him.
Birdman’s private property consists of previous stereo engineering gear, a pool desk, over 70 pairs of sneakers, one field of sweatpants, one field of child pants, 14 sweaters, BET Awards, MTV Awards and a number of BMI awards.
Last 12 months, EMG Transfer Agent sued the rap mogul after he borrowed $12 million and utilizing his Miami residence as collateral. They accused him of defaulting on the mortgage and filed a $12 million lawsuit in opposition to him. Subsequently, a choose granted a movement that allowed Birdman’s residence to be taken away from him.
Birdman determined to countersue for what he alleged was a “scam loan.” He’s asking for “the return of all money or property given as earnest money or down payment.” He additionally needs the mortgage terminated together with the return of all finance prices and unspecified damages.
But hey, at the least he nonetheless has just a few plaques left.
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