Ludacris orchestrated a jaw-dropping stunt during his performance at the Atlanta Falcons football game over the weekend, leaving fans in awe.
Taking center stage at the end of the third quarter in the Falcons vs. New Orleans Saints matchup on Sunday, Ludacris embarked on an incredible introduction that involved a dramatic entrance from the top of the stadium via a harness.
In footage shared online, the Atlanta native can be seen delivering his verse on DJ Khaled’s “All I Do Is Win (Remix)” while the harness gracefully lowered him into the stadium. Another clip captured Ludacris in midair, performing his hit “Move B***H,” as he descended and touched the ground, receiving an enthusiastic welcome from the cheering crowd.
The spectacular entrance was part of a celebration marking hip-hop’s 50th anniversary this year. Ludacris’ electrifying performance added an extra layer of excitement to the game, which ended with the Falcons securing a significant victory against the Saints with a score of 24-15. The win places Atlanta at the top of the NFC South alongside the Saints.
Looking ahead, the Falcons are gearing up for their next challenge at MetLife Stadium on December 3, where they will face off against the New York Jets.
In other news, Ludacris received positive developments offstage as Fulton County prosecutors dropped the murder charge against his longtime manager, Chaka Zulu. The decision came after authorities determined that Zulu acted in self-defense in the fatal shooting of 23-year-old Artez Benton last year.
“From the beginning of this case, Mr. Zulu was committed to a fair process,” stated Zulu’s attorney, Gabe Banks. “He fully believes that after a thoughtful examination of all the facts and evidence related to this matter, District Attorney Willis reached an appropriate and just decision.”