Bush was there for his non-campaign presidential campaigning, and Ludacris (born Christopher Brian Bridges) was busy being formally recognized by the Georgia House for his philanthropic efforts through The Ludacris Foundation.
“I just came to see Ludacris,” Bush joked. “I appreciate that there’s a successful guy who’s giving back.”The rapper’s foundation has donated over $1.5 million to youth programs in Atlanta, Georgia, and invested thousands of hours in community service in youth programs.
“Since 2001, The Ludacris Foundation has been helping youth help themselves and has invested more than 10,000 hours in devoted service to youth across the nation,” the foundation says. Even the famously anti-hip-hop Bill O’Reilly was compelled to donate money to The Ludacris Foundation.