PICS: INSIDE Birdman's Daughter Bria's $60,000 "Bling Bling" 13th BIRTHDAY PARTY!
Well isn't this special. Why wait for a Sweet 16 party when your daddy can throw a $60,000 bash for your Sweet 13? Birdman's daughter, Bria, celebrated her first teen birthday in South Beach recently. And her pops had the party put together in under a week.
We've got pics of the Young Money's Birdman, Lil Wayne, Reginae Carter, Bria, and more when you read on...
The YMCMB crew headed down to South Beach March 12th weekend for Bryan "Baby/Birdman" Williams' daughter Bria's 13th birthday. Apparently, Mr. Birdman had the entire South Beach area shut down for a night while his daughter and her friends partied the night away at the new club Pink Miami.
Baby put his millions to use and had Celebrity Chef Ashley of The Elegant Experience throw this shindig together in under a week. What else do we expect from Baby for his hip-hop princess?
The deets on inside the party: DJ Khaled DJ'd for the 150+ guests. Celebs like Lil Wayne, Slim (Cash Money Records), Busta Rhymes, Toya Carter, Lil Wayne and Toya’s daughter Reginae Carter, "Real Housewives of Miami" star Alexia Echevarria, and many more all hit up the party. And the entire club was transformed into "Bria's Club" for the night with her own printed money and Bria’s Bubbly special cased and designed strawberry spritzer and apple cider with her face on the bottle. Why are we not surprised?
The guests got the VIP treatment as well: An airbrush tattoo artist, a custom made to order blinged out t-shirt for each guest, Kardashian's Dash store, a custom photo pod, and hip hop dancers.
Oh--and a 4 ½ ft cake from Divine Delicacies was delivered by 3 men, while silver plated custom cookie necklaces with Bria’s custom logo were served to each guest.
And if all this over-the-topness wasn't enough, Bria was decked out in sparkles and custom Louboutin shoes. This kid's Sweet 16 is going to be ridic. More pics:
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By the way, Pink Miami donated a portion of Bria’s birthday party proceeds to Breast Cancer research.
Photog: Cendino Teme