Ludacris family

Rap titan Ludacris is seen on holiday with his beautiful family at Kevin and Eniko Hart‘s “Winter Wonderland” in Malibu, California. Luda is pictured with his wife Eudoxie Bridges, their daughter Cadence Bridges, his daughter Karma Bridges and Eudoxie’s niece. Missing is Cai, Luda’s daughter from a previous relationship.

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The Walkers & The Bridges ??

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Power couple Ludacris and Eudoxie Bridges congratulated LeToya Luckett and her latest husband, Tommicus Walker, on their quickie wedding after dating for several months.

The former Destiny’s Child singer walked down the aisle with another guy just last year. We don’t want to wish bad luck on them, but history tells us that quickie marriages don’t last.

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Jason Momoa & Lisa Bonet Momoa, Ludacris & Eudoxie Bridges

Power couples Chris “Ludacris” Bridges and Eudoxie Bridges and newlyweds Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet Momoa were among the well-heeled stars at the Los Angeles premiere of Justice League at The Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California on Monday.

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Also on Saturday, NBA star John Wall celebrated his 26th birthday (Sept. 6) with a star-studded party at the Gold Room in Atlanta’s South Buckhead neighborhood on Saturday, Sept. 2. Invited guests included Teyana Taylor & Iman Shumpert, Angela Simmons, La La Anthony, Keke Palmer, birthday boy Chris “Ludacris” Bridges, rapper Dave East, Larenz Tate, NBA star Lance Stephenson, and more!

Photo by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net

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The 11th Annual Ludaday Weekend kicked off on Friday, Sept. 1, with the star-studded bowling tournament at Bowlmor Lanes in Atlanta, hosted by rap mogul Chris “Ludacris” Bridges (center). Pictured above with Ludacris are his good friends NBA star John Wall, left, and music producer The-Dream, right.

Photo by Prince Williams/ATLPics.net

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Rapper Ludacris is the latest celebrity to be sued for copyright infringement after posting an image on Instagram.com without permission, according to WENN.com.

The rap mogul, whose real name is Christopher Bridges, is at the center of a new legal spat after posting a cartoon image of sweaty breasts on Instagram without the rights owner’s permission.

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