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Ludacris Quotes

Christopher Brian Bridges

Ludacris quotes: feedback from the rapper turned actor.

“Anybody who has that love and passion, I believe they can always do whatever they need to do.”

“It’s all about managing your time to the best of your ability… and focus.”

“Sometimes it can be hard to find a creative space to do the work you have to do, that’s why you have to designate and focus your time and energy in the right places.”

“Keep in mind, when you hit rock bottom, there ain’t nowhere to go but up, baby.”

“When you open up your mouth, everything of God comes out and it commands attention, it commands change. I’m talking about the power that’s inside of you.”

“The people who don’t really give much of their lives are the ones that are most interesting because they leave a lot to the imagination.”

“I like to lead by example, and I think with great power comes great responsibility.”

“My toughest enemy is in the mirror—would you look at that.”

“Put them in position to make their wishes come true, so they can have multiple accounts that gain interest over night.”

“I feel like there’s a lot of people that want to change their mind right now. For some, it’s a little difficult, because they’ve already got their mind made up. My goal is to influence the new generation in a positive way and get them on a line of thinking of leadership.”

“If you’re tired, you’re tired; if you snooze you lose.”

“My dad was dead, so these streets had to raise me. Man, I just knew. When I was in middle school I always used to love listening to rap. So ever since I was about five or six years old, I just liked listening to it. Then, when I was about eight or nine, I kinda started doing it for friends in middle school. They liked hearing it. I made my first song when I was nine years old.”

“‘Ludacris’ is something that I made up. It just kind of describes me. Sometimes I have like a split personality. Sometimes I’m cool, calm, and collected, and other times I’m beyond crazy.”

“They say I’m so low key, I’m socially awkward, only those that really know me are the ones that I talk with. They smile in the light, hate in the dark, you call it beef, to me it’s just a f*ckin’ walk in the park.”

“I’m one of those people that just likes to be comfortable. It don’t take a lot to make me happy. I’m not spoiled like that.”

“I’ve never been a cocky individual, but I am very confident.”

“I’m a perfectionist, so I always feel there’s room for improvement.”

“Working through experience is best for me, just being there and trying to get into the mode.”

“You gotta get up early in the morning to mess with me. I mean, I’m a businessman first… because it’s all about being a good person and your ego can’t get bigger than yourself and the things you’re trying to do. So I feel it’s real important to be businesslike in anything I do.”

“My work is like my vacation, so in a way every day is like Saturday. I’m always in that mode. Whenever I have a little free time, I’m always recording songs, writing, whatever I gotta do. It’s like my job is my vacation.”

“I’m just basically spillin’ out my emotions to the world. ‘Cause rap is about emotion. And I want you to feel what I’m feelin’, ’cause that’s what it’s all about.”

“I always look for something that I haven’t necessarily done yet because I like to expand my body of work.”

“I’m willin’ to do whatever it takes, whatever the stakes. I’ve made it this far.”

“I love technology.”

“Education is extremely important.”

“Your fans, they count on you to make wise decisions and wise choices. That’s why they’re your fan base. If you continually let them down, they’re going to go find someone else to be fans of.”

“I don’t necessarily do anything just for the money. Of course I have bills to pay, but I do it for the passion and I do it for the love, because I’m still hungry. So if I want to do music, it’s not necessarily motivated because of monetary value. It’s more about the passion and the love, and I think that’s where music should come from—the heart, not necessarily just to cash a check.”

“Yo momma, I’m a ghetto super star. So momma toast your glass while I’m countin’ my cash, ’cause every single is a smash.”

“I’m the man, I got money far as the eyes can see and I’m in a group, I split dough with me, me and me. So much money in my jewelry that I’m damn near sorry so I’mma trade my earrings in, and get a Ferrari. I’ve always had an affinity and a passion for cars and that whole car culture. I buy cars with straight cash, have meetings with Donald Trump. Take a look at yo’ life.”

“But it’s a blessing to be so successful within a year; it’s the greatest feeling in the world, making money and doing the things that I’m doing, and I’m definitely [gonna] try to continue doing what I’m doing.”

“The more resources and the more popularity and the more finances that I have, I like to balance everything out and make sure there’s a cycle in the world. I just like to give back because I’m so blessed.”

“Life is short if you don’t notice it’ll pass you by; that’s why my head is in the clouds, trying to pass the sky.”

“Get through the agony and anger, the pain and strife, and take the necessary steps to try to change my life.”

“No matter how much money I ever get, I’m going to want to provide for my family and never have to go back to really struggling. You don’t ever want to go outside, you don’t ever want to be left in the cold. You want to be safe.”

“Value our lives because we never know what day or what time it’ll be over. Rich, famous, whatever, it just makes you appreciate just seeing today.”

“I’m ridiculous, I’m ludicrous.”

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