Birdman’s Miami Beach Waterfront Mansion Is For Sale For $15.5 Million And It’s Tony Montana-Level Luxury

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‘Fiscal responsibility’ is not a character trait one would assign to Birdman. The Cash Money Records co-founder would reportedly bet Lil Wayne $10,000 for every Madden game they played in the studio, which isn’t outrageous until you consider they would let the goddamn computer play for them! Yep, might as well throw five figures on a coin toss.

This type of recklessness is likely what contributed to the rapper and producer getting evicted from his sick nasty Miami waterfront mansion his personal belongings ending up in storage.

The 19,970-square-foot, 10-bedroom, 14-bath compound, which is located on the secluded Palm Island, features a private beach, volleyball court, two wine cellars, two separate garages for up to six cars, a movie theater and a chef’s kitchen with a pizza oven. It also has an in-unit washer and dryer!

Brown Harris Stevens


The estate was put on the market in 2017 for $20 million, five years after Birdman purchased it for $14.5 million. The price of the home has been slashed to $15.5 million. The listing belongs to Jeff Miller of Brown Harris Stevens.

Brown Harris Stevens


Brown Harris Stevens


Brown Harris Stevens


Brown Harris Stevens


Brown Harris Stevens


 

Brown Harris Stevens


Brown Harris Stevens


Brown Harris Stevens


Anyone trying to pool their money together? I have $93.

[h/t Page Six]

 

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