Ludacris and his family granted dual citizenship in Africa

Ludacris and his family granted dual citizenship in Africa

Legendary American rapper, Ludacris, and his family have become citizens of Gabon. In a video shared on his Instagram page on 2 January, he said he was very grateful for the honour.

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The rapper and his whole family received Gabonese citizenship on 2 January during a trip to the African country. Ludacris' wife, Eudoxie Mbouguiengue, is originally from Gabon.

Ludacris and his family also visited Ghana for the Year of Return. The family spent time at sites that are significant to the slave trade on the continent 400 years ago.

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He captioned the video of the news on his page with: "Starting my New Year off with dual Citizenship! AFRICA I'M OFFICIAL!! Momma & Kids Too. The Best Gift of the Decade Award goes to @eudoxie.”

Meanwhile, rapper-turned-gospel singer, Kanye West, spent the first anniversary of his Sunday Service gospel events on the streets of Los Angeles.

He took the celebrations to the Union Rescue Mission shelter in one of the poorest areas of LA. Using this event as an opportunity to talk about the issue of homelessness, Kanye revealed that he had a solution to the problem.

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The singer says he had a 'vision' and that he is already talking to entrepreneur, Elon Musk, about how to go about implementing his idea.

Kanye thinks he can help end the homeless problems all over the world.

"I definitely saw a strong, compelling vision with the homeless problem and I know that we can find a solution, a worldwide solution."

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