I told you last week that Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges would be going door-t0-door for the U.S. Census, well now he’s officially started his Luda On The Block tour for the census 2010.
I’m serious about the black community being counted this time around. Otherwise we will have to wait another 10 years and that is unacceptable. Aren’t we tired of complaining?
Here’s an opportunity to make a change that will last for 10 years. You’re going to see me stop people on the street. I’m knocking on doors. I’m telling people living in African American communities that they have nothing to fear about the census. The information they provide is protected by law and will not be shared with the INS or any other Agency that could cause them harm.
The reality is that if they fill in the form and mail it back, it will help revive their community by improving schools, increasing jobs and job training, health clinics, emergency medical service, fire stations, elder care and more.
Check out photos + video of Luda’s first day on the job in Texas below: Continue Reading…
Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges has teamed up with the U.S. Census to encourage people to fill out their 2010 forms. The data collected from your input assists the agency in directing federal dollars to various communities.
Luda explains that he partnered with the organization to ensure WE are counted in our communities and has planned appearances in a number of cities including Dallas, New Orleans, Orlando, New York and Washington as well as Atlanta:
I look at our communities now and I see many empty lots, closed clinics, dilapidated schools and an overall breakdown of social services for the poor and elderly. Today is a day for change.
I plan to knock on doors in various neighborhoods around this country to try and dispel any myths about the Census. It’s important that we all stand up and be counted so we can help create potential financial opportunities for our dying communities.
I’m not sure if he’ll be bearing a bottle of his signature cognac, but Luda hits Atlanta streets April 9th.
In case you missed it:
Ludacris’ “Mystery” Woman Revealed [PHOTOS]
Ludacris covers HoneyMag + Why He Keeps His Lovelife a Secret
“My Chick Bad” (Remix) ~ Official Video
Check out Luda’s official video for the “My Chick Bad” remix featuring his all-star lineup, Diamond, Trina and Eve. Hawttt! Continue Reading…
Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges covers the March 2010 issue of Honey Magazine and opens up about relationships and his public battles with Bill O’Reilley.
I finally got that opportunity last year at the White House Correspondence dinner. When I saw his name on the list of people present, I immediately went up and confronted him. He had this look on his face, like I was the last person that he expected to see.The first thing I said to him was, ‘I wanted to meet the person who had so much to say about me but knows absolutely nothing about me.’ READ MORE
Luda also revealed why he desires to keep his mystery woman – who I’ve heard is headed to the alter with Mr. Luva Luva – a “secret”:
I try to preserve certain things and keep things special, and that is one thing that I would like to keep private.
I can respect that. Being locked down suits Luda though. He’s looking quite yummy these days…
Luda’s HoneyMag photospread contains several cute shots with a “Battle of the Sexes” theme. Check out the photos + behind the scenes video from the shoot below: Continue Reading…
Usher went back in the lab and it’s looking like he came out with a monster! The two new tracks that he’s leaked this week are a bit harder and closer to the old Usher that we know and love, so I appreciate these a bit more than I did the gazillion other songs we’ve heard these few months. Continue Reading…
Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges and his lady love were spotted partying it up at the Velvet Room Sunday night where Luda held his “Battle of the Sexes” Mixtape listening session.
Ludacris’ cousin singer Monica even stopped by for support. Continue Reading…