The American service industry is full of hard-working people who are underpaid for their time. To add insult, these A-list celebrities are notorious for behaving badly and leaving little-to-no tips as gratuity.
Hollywood and fans of the popular actor, Paul Walker are still shocked by the news that Paul Walker passed away in a car accident. According to news reports, the Porsche, driven by Roger Rodas hit a tree, split in half and burst into flames.
It was a proverbial movie last night in Atlanta, as Nas took over Prive nightclub. Not alone, the Queensbridge lyricists enjoyed the night alongside local superstars Ludacris and Young Jeeezy, as well as Drake and a host of other notable figures.
Ludacris is easily one of Hip-Hop’s most talented lyricists, but he’s rarely in any Top 5 Dead or Alive type of debates. Nevertheless, the Atlanta by way of Chicago rapper has done more than enough to earn in VH1: Behind The Music special.
Ask any informed individual to name one of the hottest songs in the south right now, and they’ll undoubtedly say Rich Homie Quan’s “Type Of Way.” Rappers seem to think so, too. Because of that, we received a remix courtesy of Ludacris yesterday.
On Friday night (June 14), Ludacris and his girlfriend Eudoxie kicked it and hosted a party at new Atlanta nightspot Prive. However, the evening was marred by someone running up and allegedly hitting the rapper in the head with a bottle.
Ludacris let his #IDGAF mixtape marinate on the Internets for a bit, and it looks like he’s selected an official single from the free project. This time, the Atlanta native celebrates having a “Helluva Night” on a track clearly meant for the clubs.
As promised, Ludacris returns with this week’s installment of his #IDGAFFridays series. This time the Atlanta rapper reconnects with long time collaborator Bangladesh on a track titled “I Don’t Give A F**k.”
Ludacris tells his women to “Speak Into The Mic” on the fourth installment of his #IDGAFFridays series. Don’t expect any karaoke talk on this Mike Will Made It produced jam, though. Gentleman’s club friendly claps and drums should give listeners an idea of what the Atlanta native means.
Ludacris continues his weekly new music drop with “9 Times Out Of 10,” featuring French Montana and Que.
Don’t think that because he is an accomplished actor that Ludacris is cool on the music industry. The Atlanta rapper drops a new cut called “If I Ain’t F-cked Up.”