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Rick Ross Clowns Birdman Over Defaulting On $12 Million Home Loan For His Miami Mansion

Rick Ross is loving the fact that Birdman has defaulted on his home loan, calling him out on social media. Ross even suggests Birdman is taking money from his girlfriend, singer Toni Braxton. Of course, he also reminded Birdman to pay Lil Wayne!

Birdman reportedly took out a loan in 2015 for $12 million and put his Miami Mansion, which has been seen in several music videos, as collateral on the $12 million loan. The rapper put the mansion up for sale last month at $20 million and recently slashed the price to $16.9 million in an effort to sell the estate quickly.

Birdman took out the loan from a company called EMG Transfer Agent. The lender is reportedly planning to foreclose on the mansion in order to get the $12 million Birdman owes them, in addition to interest and late payment charges.

Ross obviously couldn't help himself and hopped on Snapchat to make fun of Birdman, stating that he probably borrowed money from his girlfriend Toni Braxton. He also threatened to buy Birdman's home so he'd have a spot to park his boat.

Rozay is heard stating, "You ain’t have no money in six-seven years, [expletive]. You should have came and borrowed some from Rozay. Now you want to [expletive] that old lady life up too. You probably borrowing some money from her."

He adds, "I might go buy that house on the water. Just to keep my boat at it. I won’t even stay there, that [expletive] is too small.”

In his caption for the Snapchat video, Rick wrote that Young Money Entertainment president Mack Maine should let Lil Wayne know he should forget about the money Birdman owes him because the 48-year-old rapper can't even pay his rent.

Ricky Rozay also defended Lil Wayne, who is still embroiled in a legal battle with Cash Money. "Man, that man sold a million his first week. [Expletive], what a [expletive] gotta do to get his money?" he asked.

"What that man gotta do for you to pay him? Sell 10 million in the first two days? Then you’ll pay that man? [Expletive]... Man, let you sweet [expletive] ride around clean for a long time, man. Gon’ get a loan and pay that man. You know what I don’t like really the most about this [expletive] is the fact that y’all two fightin’ each other instead of y’all two fighting the white people. You switched out on him."

This certainly isn't the first time Ross has been embroiled in a feud with Birdman. He addressed their beef in the track "Idols Become Rivals" on his album Rather You Than Me.

Birdman responded to his critics in a video, explaining that he is responsible for Lil Wayne's success and denied owing Weezy and money. 

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