Bryan William ‘Birdman’ buys Old Miami Beach mansion for $14.5 Million
Better known by his stage name Birdman or Baby, an American rapper, businessman and record producer, Bryan Williams, who has been described as the Frankenstein of conspicuous consumption has just bought the Scott Storch’s old Miami Beach mansion. Co-founder of Cash Money Records, this hip-hop icon who loves to wear at least $1 million a day, and spends money as if it’s going out of style, which becomes apparent from his purchase of one-of-a-kind $8 million Maybach Exelero, has just splashed out a total of $14.5 million to buy this gigantic Palm Island mansion from the Rockstar Energy Drinks co-owner Russel Weiner, who impressively made a profit of $7.75 million on his investment.
Music mogul’s new Miami mansion which looks ornate and actually resembles a luxury hotel more than a private residence is situated in the exclusive Pal Island area, Miami Beach, United States.
This lavish mansion comes with resort-like amenities and has space to accommodate a number of Birdman’s discerning guests. With a total space of 19,000 square feet, the residence boasts 9 bedrooms, 17 baths, and 100 feet of waterfront area, private dock with ocean access, along with an impressive pool area.
Further, the residence featured with 70-foot custom bar, home theater massage room, a billiards room, and gym is just perfect for Birdman to host lavish parties for his renowned musician friends like Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaz.
The home originally belonged to music producer Scott Storch, who was forced into foreclosure in 2009, and was then scooped up for relatively reasonable price by Russel Weiner for just $6.75 million.
Miami Beach is home to some of the top-notch celebrities including Donatella Versace, American rapper Lil Wayne, and the most famous American professional basketball player of the Miami Heat Dwyane Wade, and New York Yankees superstar Alex Rodriguez ‘A-Rod’s’ Miami home which was recently listed at $38 million, to name a few.