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Birdman has posed topless for his 55th birthday celebrations.

Posting on Instagram on Thursday (February 15), the Cash Money Records co-founder showed off the many tattoos (including a Lil Wayne portrait) across his torso and stomach as he rang in his 55th birthday.

“55yrs ROKSTAR [star emoji] HBDAY 2MYSELF @cashmoneyofficial #RICHGANG #IDOIT4MSGLADYS #UPTOWNLIVINLEGENG,” he wrote in the caption.

Many Hip Hop stars popped up in the comments section to wish the mogul a happy birthday, including Cam’ron, Bun B, Timbaland, E-40, DJ Paul and more.

Former Cash Money signee Drake also gave Birdman a birthday shoutout on his Instagram Stories, where he wrote: “More life Stunna!!! You forever checking on my well being forever supporting the movement never ask for nothing always quick to check somebody who thinks OVOCMB is for play man we love ya fr on Gladys.”

NFL legend Jerry Rice also commented: “We should’ve ran the infamous hill for your birthday GOAT!”

Birdman and his brother Ronald “Slim” Williams were recently honored with keys to the city of New Orleans for work they have done in the community.

At the ceremony, the former said in a speech: “Nothing never came easy for us coming from Uptown. I’m gonna continue. I’m not done with it. That’s why I never really cared about doing this, but I always felt like if you be honored that mean you finished what you been doing. I’m not finished yet.”

Birdman was also recently seen back in the studio with Lil Wayne as the two reunited for the first time in years following their much-publicized falling out.

Weezy sued Cash Money in 2015 over repeated delays to his Tha Carter V album, with their legal battle coming to a close in 2018.

Birdman Ices Out Drake With Cash Money Chain For His Birthday: 'Oh Hell Nah!'

Birdman Ices Out Drake With Cash Money Chain For His Birthday: ‘Oh Hell Nah!’

The end of their legal issues involved Wayne leaving the label that had been his home since a teenager and receiving a large settlement, estimated to be around $10 million.

The rapper initially sued for $51 million and to have his deal with the label declared void.

Lil Wayne also sued for unpaid profits and royalties relating to Young Money artists such as Drake and Nicki Minaj.

Tha Carter V was eventually released in September 2018 through Young Money and Republic, which had overseen his previous releases through their agreement with Cash Money.


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