'Karma's World': Ludacris Wants to Change the World for the Better With New Netflix Series

'Karma's World': Ludacris Wants to Change the World for the Better With New Netflix Series

  • US superstar Ludacris has shared that he wants to change the world for the better with his new animated series inspired by his daughters
  • The Fast & Furious actor's show titled Karma's World premiered on Netflix recently and features his voice, Tiffany Haddish's and Jordan Fisher's voice, among others
  • The popular award-winning entertainer revealed that the show is named after one of his daughters whose name is Karma

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US rapper Ludacris wants to change the world for the better with his new animated Netflix series titled Karma's World. The Fast & Furious actor shared that the show was inspired by his bond with his daughters, especially the one named Karma.

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Ludacris produced Netflix series, 'Karma's World'. Image: @ludacris
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Tiffany Haddish, Jordan Fisher and Ludacris himself are some of the actors who are doing voice-overs in the animated series. The series made has premiered on Netflix in 190 countries.

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The Area Codes hitmaker told TshisaLIVE in an interview that if you do good and you put out good, it will come back to you. Ludacris shared that he wants to teach people never to give up on their dreams with the new show.

"That’s what I want all kids and all of the new generation to realise that’s how we change the world for the better.”

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Cardi B to host 2021 American Music Awards

In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that popular rapper Cardi B has announced that she's the host of this year's American Music Awards. The stunner took to social media to let millions of her fans know her good news.

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The Bodak Yellow hitmaker urged her followers to watch the prestigious ceremony on 21 November so they could see their fave doing her thang on stage. Taking to Instagram, Cardi B said she's proud of herself for bagging the epic hosting gig.

"I'm so proud to announce, I’ll be hosting the 2021 @AMAs! Tune in November 21 8/7c on @ABCnetwork."

Her peers in the entertainment industry and her fans took to her comment section on the photo and video sharing app to congratulate her.

Cardi B buys a home in New York

Meanwhile, Briefly News also reported that Cardi B opened up to her followers, letting them know that she just bought herself a boujee home in New York, baby!

Being a momma of two, Cardi has made sure that her babies' lives are not disrupted due to the line of work she has chosen, reported People. Giving them stability is her number one priority and this new home is one step towards securing that.

Source: Briefly News

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