Ludacris had no shame about praising his four daughters for their sweet dance moves in a video he shared online with fans over the weekend.
On Saturday (March 4), Ludacris took to Instagram to share the most adorable video of his kids dancing backstage during a recent performance. The four girls were all in attendance to show their daddy some support while he rocked the stage.
Luda jokingly challenged fans to try and find a better dance crew than his daughters.”I’ll Put My Back Up Dancers AGAINST ANYBODY on Spring Break,” he wrote in the post’s caption.
Ludacris shares his two younger daughters Chance, 11 months and Cadence, 7, with wife Eudoxie. His two eldest daughters Cai, 8, and Karma, 20, are from previous relationships.
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In other Ludacris news, the 45-year-old rapper is set to join Janet Jackson on her North American Together Again Tour — her first in years— which kicks off in April at the Hard Rock Live Arena in Florida. Ludacris will serve as the tour’s special guest and opening act.
The 33-city tour will make stops in Orlando, Memphis, Nashville, New York City, Toronto, Detroit, Dallas Houston, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, Portland and a whole host of other cities. The run of dates wraps up in Seattle on June 21.
Luda appears to be back in his bag these days and “having fun with rap” again after having dropped off a brand new freestyle last month that impressed his peers.
The Atlanta rapper and actor — who hasn’t put out a new album since 2015’s Ludaversal — took to Instagram to remind fans of just how good he is behind the mic.
“I’m original, indispensable, rhyme zone/ Skydweller Rolex , fuck a time zone/ My watch feeling like ‘Pac/ It’s all eyez on/ And I’m the truth in the booth/ Get your lies on,” he spits, performing in front of some huge house plants.
Continuing to deliver the type of lyrical acrobatics fans have come to expect from Ludacris, he also made use of some props, picking up a scotch on the rocks as well as a size 10.5 red Nike Air Force 1, and mentioning both of them in his bars.
“It gets dark when you step into the limelight/ I’m on that scotch on the rocks with a lime, like,” he raps, before later adding: “That flow’s stupid/ Bitch, if the shoe fits wear it/ 10 and a half, my foot in your ass, from here to Okinawa.”