Ludacris pulls out all the stops for 12th annual LudaDay weekend in Atlanta

Labor Day in Atlanta isn’t complete without Ludacris’ annual LudaDay weekend, and he made sure this year’s festivities were unforgettable. 

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For the 12th year, “The Fast and the Furious” star took over ATL with the help of his non-profit, the Ludacris Foundation, with one star-studded charitable occasion after the other. 

From golf and bowling competitions to a youth empowerment brunch and celebrity basketball game, Ludacris organized a slew of events in an effort to give back to the community and youth.

On Friday, he kicked things off with his Grass is Greener Golf Tournament, where players competed to win money for their favorite charities. Later that evening, he took over the Bowlmor Lanes for the Celebrity Tournament, where radio personality DJ Holiday and his team took home the trophy. 

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On Saturday, it was all about family for AmbitiousX Presents: LudaFamDay Powered by Spotify. Attendees came out to Turner Field to enjoy food, drinks, games and a concert that featured performances from Ludacris, Mack Wilds, Lecrae, Mack Wilds, Trinidad James and Keke Palmer. 

When Sunday arrived, Luda and his wife Eudoxie Bridges hosted a brunch for teens to discuss topics such as peer pressure and setting life goals. And that afternoon, he packed out Morehouse’s Forbes Arena for the highly-anticipated Celebrity Basketball Game, which was attended by Cardi B, La La Anthony, Atlanta-based R&B group 112, NBA baller John Wall and more. 

For the last celebration of the weekend, Ludacris headed over to Topgolf, where celebs and guests partook in delicious bites and tested their golf skills.

Want to relive some of the fun? Take a look at the video below.

In celebration of his birthday, actor /rapper /philanthropist Chris “Ludacris” Bridges hosted his 12th annual LudaDay Weekend in Atlanta this past Labor Day Weekend.

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