Birdman Effectively Shut Down by Judge

Birdman Effectively Shut Down by Judge

Oh did you think it was over? When it comes to YMCMB head honcho Birdman, you can say that Baby has effectively been shut down by the judge.

Read on to get the latest tea spilling on Birdman legal war against Lil Wayne…

Birdman Effectively Shut Down by reports that Birdman still acting unbothered by reports that a judge shut him down in court.

When it comes to the legal war between Birdman and Lil Wayne things took a positive turn when Wayne was allowed to exit his Cash Money deal in the summer.

But that hasn’t changed too much except that the long-awaited and disappointing Tha Carter V album was released.

Birdman built the YMCMB empire back in the mid-2000s with Weezy, Nicki Minaj, and Drake is the main attractions for Cash Money. These days he is trying to bring it back with a group of new artists with Cash Money West.

Unfortunately for Baby, he was denied after pleading with a judge to return his personal property this week in correlation with his foreclosure lawsuit.

The Blast reports:

Birdman rushed to court on December 5 to try and regain access to his property, which has been locked up in a storage unit since he was hit with a $12 million lawsuit. The items in the storage unit include studio equipment, a pool table, sneakers, clothing, and Lil Wayne & Nicki Minaj’s platinum plaques. The executive also wanted all his awards returned to him, a motion that was shut down by the court.

The lawsuit has been dragging on since last year as Stunna was sued for $12 million by EMG Transfer Agent. He’ll have to go without his possessions for a little while longer as the judge sided against him this week.

Despite reports, Birdman is still boasting about his lavish lifestyle:


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Stunnaman lifestyle everyday is a holiday #RICHGANG

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