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Rapper Birdman, also known as Bryan Christopher Brooks, has recently announced that he will be changing his stage name. The rapper, who is known for his work with the record label Cash Money Records and his collaborations with artists like Lil Wayne and Drake, made the announcement on social media, stating that he will now be going by his legal name, Bryan Christopher Brooks.
Many fans were surprised by the news, as Birdman has been using the stage name for over two decades. However, the rapper has explained that the name change is part of a personal rebranding effort and a desire to be more authentic and genuine with his fans.
In a statement, Birdman said, “I was born Bryan Brooks. My momma died and my daddy came and got me out the foster home and I became a Williams and I love him with every piece of my soul, but 2023 I want to die Bryan Brooks.”
The name change has been met with mixed reactions from fans, with some expressing support for the rapper’s decision and others expressing disappointment at the loss of the Birdman name. However, it seems that Bryan Christopher Brooks is committed to the change and is ready to move forward with his new identity.
It remains to be seen how the name change will affect the rapper’s career, but one thing is certain: Bryan Christopher Brooks is ready to make his mark on the music industry under his new name.
Written by: Lofi Edit Team