Bryan “Birdman” William’s net worth is estimated to be in the ballpark of 400 million dollars. CEO of the biggest rap/hip-hop record label in the world including artists like Lil Wayne, Young Money, and Jay Sean, Birdman’s Cash Money Records has sold over 50 million records. Lil Wayne’s album “The Carter III,” released June 10, 2008 sold over one million records in the first week alone. Bryan along with his brother and business partner Ronald “Slim” Williams, have made more money than many Fortune 500 company CEO’s, yet everyday continue to grind and hustle for more of that cash money.
In January of 2010, Bryan and Ronald went public with their new company Bronald Oil and Gas, LLC , but much controversy arose in regards to the legitimacy of the company. Bronald Oil, a name made of combining Bryan and Ronald’s names, so far only consists of a website that many reporters are finding quite suspicious.
According to the website Bronaldoil.com:
“Bronald is committed to working cooperatively with governments and private enterprise to recover energy from known oil and gas reserves throughout North and Central America in an environmentally friendly manner,” and it “intends to utilize both historically successful technologies and means, as well as new innovations and technology, to recover energy resources in both and economic and environmentally efficient manner. Bronald is committed to preserving the environment, promoting worker safety and maximizing the potential output of various oil and gas assets.”
In the “Who We Are” portion of the website under the word Management we see Bryan Williams and Ronald Williams. Under Board of Directors the same too names appear but what is odd is that under the section for Technical Staff there are no names, just the words “to come.” It is this very fact that first brought up suspicion that Bronald Oil and Gas, LLC may be a cover company.
To show the world that he was serious about the company, Birdman tattooed the the Bronald logo on his head. This may have settled down the haters for a moment, but suspicions still surfaced as many Hip-Hop sites and bloggers started creating conspiracy theories about the company’s legitimacy.
Below is some of the “Evidence” used by these theorists/haters/bloggers trying to prove that Bronald Oil is some kind of cover up.
Jim Miller is the senior vice president of operations for the Oklahoma City-based Chaparral Energy Inc. which operates about 40 percent of the wells in Osage County. In an interview with Bloomberg, he said he hadn’t heard of the Bronald or been contacted by the company.
The address listed for Bronald with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission is a beachfront condominium in Florida.
Regulators that handle oil and gas permits and operator licenses in Texas and Louisiana didn’t have records of Bronald’s existence; nor did Secretary of State offices in Texas and Florida.
Bryan Williams aka Birdman aka 5 Star Stunna aka 5 Star General aka how many more aka’s can he have??? Birdman who likes the status as 5 Star General has tattooed five red stars on his head. We previously showed Birdman with his new Bronald Oil tattoo, but now only 3 months later he has “covered up” the company’s logo with the stars.
There will always be conspiracy theorists and haters out there in the world, but the real question is why would a man with a net worth of over 400 million dollars need to create a “cover up” or “money laundering” business. He is not dealing drugs and with his amount of media exposure, he is too smart to create this supposed fraud.
Everything Bryan Williams touches turns to gold and if in the near future stock options in Bronlad Oil & Gas, LLC become available, believe me when I say that I will definitely be investing as much as I can in those stocks