It’s Labor Day weekend eve at Bowlmor Lanes in suburban Atlanta, and sitting together in Lane 28 are ATL kings Ludacris and Usher. For 10 years, the two artists, along with their A-list pals, have met up to bowl with fans as part of LudaDay Weekend, a multiday, citywide fundraiser that benefits the Ludacris Foundation. The nonprofit, founded by the rapper and his mother, Roberta Shields, in 2001, was established to inspire young people to live their dreams by promoting leadership, education and healthy lifestyles. In 2015 alone, the organization has raised $250,000. “Each year it feels like a homecoming,” Ludacris, 38, told Billboard. “This has always been about helping the community and the next generation of kids coming up.”
Click here and on the image below as the star shares stories from his celeb-filled 10th annual weekend charity festival.