Ludacris net worth: Award winning rapper and actor Ludacris has a net worth of $25 million. Ludacris was born in Illinois as Christopher Brian Bridges. Ludacris took an early interest in rapping shortly after his family relocated to Atlanta, Georgia. Ludacris studied music management at the Georgia State while trying to get his career as a recording artist off the ground. To date, Ludacris has released seven studio albums, all of which have reached the top five on the US Billboard 200. His debut album, Back for the First Time (2000), reached number four on the Billboard 200 and has been certified triple platinum by the RIAA. He had three albums consecutively top the US Billboard charts (Chicken-n-Beer, The Red Light District and Release Therapy, respectively) with two number one hit singles, "Stand Up" and "Money Maker". He has worked with notable recording artists such as Mary J. Blige, "Grown Woman" on her Grammy award winning album Growing Pains, Lil Wayne, "Eat You Alive" and Usher "Dat Girl Right There" on the album Here I Stand. As a recording artist, Ludacris has five BET Awards, three Grammy Awards and three MTV Music Video Awards. In addition to his career as a rap artist, Ludacris is also an accomplished actor with main roles in Fred Claus, RocknRolla, 2 Fast 2 Furious, and the Academy-Award winning film Crash, which garnered him a Screen Actors Guild Award.
Ludacris Money Problems?
In February of 2014 Ludacris was taken to court by a former girlfriend over child support payments. His baby-mama Tamika Fuller is demanding $15,000 a month to help her raise their two year old daughter Cai. Shockingly, Ludacris claimed to the judge that he is struggling for money right now. He reported to the judge that his entire income for the year 2013 was just $55,000. Furthermore, Ludacris told the judge that he was expecting a big payday with the next Fast and the Furious movie, but production is now on hold due to Paul Walker's tragic death in December 2013. Luda offered to pay Tamika $1800 a month. In the meantime, the judge ordered the payments to be $7000 a month until all the financial details are reviewed.