The Dolphins minority ownership is becoming a great old bunch of celebrities. Examiner.com reports that Birdman is in talks to become a part owner of the Miami NFL team. O LE DO I-.. wait, wrong rapper:
The Miami Dolphins boardroom has become the Mecca for celebrities, sports stars, and others alike. So it was no surprise to hear that Rapper Bryan “Birdman” Williams, who is most known as the pioneer of the rap label Cash Money Records, has thrown his interest into the list of celebrities who are part owners now or who want to be part owners of the Miami Dolphins in the near future.
Superstars Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Fergie, Gloria Estefan, and the Williams’ sisters are already in the boardroom. In fact, during every home game, fans can see them walk the “orange” carpet prior to the matchups.
As far as Birdman is concerned, there have been multiple reports either confirming or contradicting the rumors that talks are occurring between him and the Miami Dolphins organization for him to become the next minority owner.
On the website contactmusic.com, it was reported that Birdman was in negotiations with Dolphins’ majority owner Stephen Ross. He was reported to have revealed this information on a radio show on Shade 45. He claimed he and Ross were waiting for clearance from the NFL but then afterwards it would be a done deal.
However, in an article on SOHH.com, it was reported that Dolphins’ owner Stephen Ross categorically denied that he had even spoken to Birdman or any of his representatives about being a part owner and that Birdman was quote “a liar.”
If you took all the celebrity owners (minus the Williams sisters) and had them combine their talents to make a Miami Dolphins theme song… well, it would be a gigantic clusterfuck of genres that probably wouldn’t be good at all. I’d still listen to that song, though. It would be like “We Are The World,” but it needs a different name. How about “We Are The Occasionally Competitive Professional Football Team That Sometimes Makes The Playoffs”?