Rapper Ludacris has welcomed his fourth child, his second with his wife Eudoxie Mbouguiengue. Ludacris, whose real name is Chris Bridges, announced that his little one was born on July 28, 2021, at 7:57 AM.
Ludacris posted two pictures to share the news: one that featured his wife holding their newborn and another of him holding his little one. It’s a girl! This happens to be Ludacris’s fourth daughter, which is why he cheekily captioned his photo: “The Movie “Girls, Girls, Girls, Girls” starring Chris Bridges coming soon.. 😂😂😂😂”
The Fast & Furious star shared the name of his newborn daughter in his announcement as well: Chance Oyali Bridges. Eudoxie shared her own announcement to her Instagram page and the caption of her photo revealed where her daughter got her name. “Our Chance Oyali Bridges came 2 weeks early and we are blessed to have another beautiful angel named after my late grandmother.”
Eudoxie’s post featured a photo that Ludacris didn’t share on his page. The last photo in the carousel showed Ludacris and Eudoxie’s 6-year-old daughter Cadence giving her baby sister a kiss. Ludacris also had two other daughters from previous relationships: 7-year-old Cai and 20-year-old Karma.
The actor opened up to People in June about being a dad to three girls, with another on the way. “The more girls I had, the more I tried to be a protector. I want to make sure that I prepare them for the world. I’m teaching them financial literacy. They’re learning piano around here. They’re learning ballet. They’re learning great manners because as we all know, great manners can get you places money can’t. I just want them to have a variety of assets and a lot of confidence.”
Congratulations to Ludacris and Eudoxie on welcoming baby Chance! We wish them all the best as they welcome their daughter into their family.
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