MIAMI — Rap mogul Bryan “Birdman” Williams is settling some of his IOUs, if you believe Miami-Dade County records.
Williams, the co-founder of the Cash Money Records label of Lil Wayne and Drake and Tyga and Nicki Minaj, finally made whole the construction company that renovated the mansion he bought on Palm Island for $14.5 million.
According to records, the fancy Zankey Construction Corp. cleared a series of liens it had on Williams’ island home since last year.
In all Williams, who’s worth more than $160 million according to Forbes, owed a mere $43,049.35.
Birdman still has some checks to write, however.
Williams was just tagged by the Internal Revenue Service for alleged non-payment of $1.92 million in income taxes between for the years 2007 through 2010, according to public records.
The taxman liened the Palm Island house until he pays up.
And then, there’s what he owes the condo association at The Ivy in downtown Miami.
If you believe another lien filed against the rap entrepreneur, he hasn’t been paying the maintenance fees on a $330,000-condo he owns there for 15 months!
Including late fees, legal fees and other charges, Williams owes $12,447!
Birdman’s publicist couldn’t be contacted.