Ludacris believes the children are our future, and he’s doing his part to help them lead the way … by making a huge donation toward the renovation of a children’s theater.
Back in July, Luda performed at the Hard Rock Casino in Cincinnati and pledged $50,000 to the Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati to help support its $48 million restoration campaign for the Emery Theater building.
Luda’s lawyer, Darrell D. Miller, has ties to both the Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati and Emery Theater as a board member — so, the “Fast & The Furious” star showed excellent southern hospitality by joining his cause.
Ludacris told Cincy’s Local 12, “I’m drawn to the Children’s Theatre’s project in Cincinnati because of the plans to develop new works that hit on the topics that matter to kids today.”
He added, “The Emery project signals an incredible opportunity for more children to access the arts and see themselves in what happens on stage.
93-Year-Old woman win fight to keep home from Developers after gets Tyler Perry helpAs a father of four daughters and a philanthropist who’s constantly investing in the next generation, I’m honored to be a part of this.”
As a father of four daughters and a philanthropist who’s constantly investing in the next generation, I’m honored to be a part of this.”
The theater is currently sitting at $30M of its $48M goal. Music philanthropy definitely pulls at Luda’s heartstrings.
The last time we spoke to him, he said he was focused on being a shining example of positivity, and The Children’s Theatre of Cincinnati is the latest beneficiary in the Ludaverse!!!