The Dad’s Garage crew wants Ludacris to do improv at their theater, and they’re apparently not going to rest until he does.
The group anticipates that their recently-launched campaign — A Ludacris Proposal — will become a “long, strange, hilarious journey” in which they’ll do things throughout the year to try and get the attention of the Atlanta icon, rapper and businessman, the website says.
“To be clear, we do not want him to rap,” a man says in a video. “All he’s gotta do is show up and perform unscripted, unrehearsed scenes ... think “Fast and the Furious” but Tyrese is not gonna be there.”
Supporters will be able to share videos and buy merchandise along the way.
“By bringing our voices together, we can make true change. We can get Ludacris to perform short-form improv,” the site says.
Luda hasn’t responded to a tweet from Dad’s — yet.
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