Cash Money Records co-founder Birdman is in hot water for failing to make mortgage payments and is being hit with a $12 million foreclosure lawsuit, according to South Florida Business Journal.

EMG Transfer Agent filed the suit on November 30 against Birdman, CM Spirits LLC and Criteria Operations LLC for failure to make payments on his lavish Miami mansion and North Miami office building, home to Hit Factory Criteria Recording Studios.

As we all know the Cash Money records boss has an eye for the finer things in life, always known for his big spending habits, fleet of cars and braggadocios raps. Williams bought the home for $14.5 million in 2012 and listed it for sale this past June for $20 million, although it’s currently on the market for $16.9 million. To add damage to injury his former friend turned enemy Rick Ross has taken to social media to make fun of the CEO also mentioning his rumored wife R&B singer Toni Braxton calling her a “Old Lady.”

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Built in 2004 with 10 bedrooms, the man Lil Wayne used to call his daddy  combined three of them into one massive suite measuring 1,500 square feet. Clocking in at a total of 19,970 square feet, it also features several luxury amenities, including a tennis court, an in-home movie theater, volleyball courts, a basketball court, fitness center and pool. We got a peak into Birman’s lavish home in 2016 when Hot 97’s Ebro and Laura Stylez interviewed him.

Check out photos of the home via Zillow below.