Timbaland’s mansion in Miami was left in poor condition after a squatter did not leave the property. According to The Blast, over $100,000 in damages occurred and range from destroying an arcade game an attic full of bees.
The mansion squatter is William Zamora and reportedly left damage behind in bedroom furniture, carpet, and walls. In the game room, a wall as cracked and the Street Fighter arcade game was broken. The damage also includes roof issues and an attic full of bees.
The bad news regarding Timbaland’s Miami digs doesn’t stop in damages to the property but also include stolen items such as televisions.
Back in January, it was reported that Timbaland was having issues with removing Zamora from his home and was trying to sell it for nearly $4 million after his wedding ended in 2013. Zamora was supposed to buy the home but failed to do so and was set to pay $30,000 to stay in the home, which at the time he had not paid.
On the music end, Timbaland has been in talks surrounding continuing the beat battle he had with Swizz Beatz at this year’s Hot 97 Summer Jam. Talks of the two uniting again on stage has gone as far as the two creating dueling albums and even going on tour.
Hopefully, Timbo’s crib gets the repairs done soon or at the least is free from bees. It’s safe to say that Zamora will not be welcomed back into the super producer’s home.