Ludacris, an American rapper and actor, has been given “a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
At the ceremony, the artist”, whose real name is Chris Bridges, “thanked his friends, family, and” “the people who came out for me.” He also said he would “keep breaking stereotypes.”
With songs like “Stand Up,” “Get Back,” “Southern Hospitality,” “Number One Spot,” “Money Maker,” and “My Chick Bad,” he has sold more than 24 million records all over the world.
He also had a role in the hit movie series “Fast and Furious.
Ludacris’s co-star Vin Diesel and rapper LL Cool J both gave” speeches at the event in Los Angeles.
He was also surprised to see his daughter at the event, even though she had told him before that she would not be in Los Angeles.
Karma Bridges said that her father was “my rock, my hero, and the ideal father.”
Diesel also praised Ludacris’s curiosity, loyalty, and thanks, saying that he wouldn’t “be here” without the rapper.
“We’ve never seen anyone be so successful in the music world and then go on to be so successful in the movie world,” he said.
Ludacris thanked his “village” in his own speech “for helping him go from being “a young man with a dream” to being honored on the Hollywood Walk of Fame”.
“No matter what people say I can’t do, I’ll keep breaking those ideas and showing people it’s possible so that everyone who helped me get here can be proud,” he said.
“Because of all of you, I’ve worked hard and been dedicated to get this star today. I’m driven by my past and legacy.
“And I’m a sum of the people who came out to support me today, who believed in me and pushed me to get me going. I’m just a copy of you.”
The star for Ludacris is number 2,756 “on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is in the Motion Pictures group.
It is on Hollywood Boulevard at 6426”.