Ludacris performs ‘Move B*tch’ with epic stunt at NFL game
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Ludacris performs 'Move B*tch' with epic stunt at NFL game

Word Of Mouf rapper Ludacris recently performed his 2001 anthem ‘Move B*tch’ at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta during a series of performances that took place to mark the 50th anniversary of hip-hop.

To make an unforgettable entrance, the emcee, who was performing to a home crowd, decided to conduct an unbelievable stunt by descending from the roof in a harness to a sea of nearly 65,000 people.

The Falcons have been a permanent staple in the city since 1966, when they became the 15th NFL franchise to join the league. Originally bound to the Atlanta–Fulton County Stadium in 2014, the team moved to their current home, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium, and haven’t looked back since.

As a loyal supporter of the team himself, Ludacris (real name Christopher Bridges) was more than happy to perform in front of thousands for his favourite NFL club and even recorded a Go-Pro style video of his descent, which he later shared to social media writing, “I Got Some Georgia Dome Today.”

The rapper has been a massive supporter of local talent. In 1998, he founded his record label, Disturbing Tha Peace, to nurture new talent as he climbed up the music business ranks. Some of the most notable acts he has helped include the likes of Bobby Valentino and crunk legend Lil Scrappy.

Bridges was not the only native emcee to appear at the match. The game also featured appearances from T.I., Cee-Lo Green, Big Boi, Ludacris, Jeezy, Quavo, and even André 3000, who recently released an instrumental album, New Blue Sun, to critical acclaim.

The celebration took place throughout the game, which was against the New Orleans Saints and added some vigour to the home team, who beat their opponents 24-15. Ludacris’ performance took place at a vital time after the 3rd quarter.