Ludacris Meets Jeb Bush at Georgia Capitol, Reveals His 'Favorite Bush'

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Ludacris is recognized on the House floor at the Capitol on March 19, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Ludacris and Jeb Bush were both visiting the Georgia Capitol on Thursday (March 19) for different reasons, but an unlikely photo op brought them together.

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Luda was making an appearance as a guest of the Georgia State Legislature, which was honoring the rapper for the charitable work he's done through his Ludacris Foundation. Bush was at the Capitol for a speech on education policy, and a quick photo op was arranged for the duo.

Ludacris, historically critical of politicians named Bush, wasn't trying to make nice with the potential presidential candidate. He had some choice words about the presidential dynasty, which he shared with reporters:

Politicians: never call Ludacris your opening act.

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