"My Youngest Baby Girl"

Chance Oyali Bridges is a 1-year-old! Ludacris and Eudoxie Bridges celebrated their youngest daughter’s birthday on Thursday (Jul. 28).


Both Ludacris and his wife took to Instagram to commemorate their little one’s special day. “One an déjà,” Eudoxie wrote online. “Chance Oyali Bridges, you simply fill up and brighten my heart with so much love and joy,” Mrs. Bridges wrote to her daughter. “Je t’aime mon bébé!”

Ludacris also wrote a sweet tribute to his daughter on Instagram. “My Youngest Baby Girl Turned 1 TODAY,” the rapper shared with his social media fans. “The greatness I see in you is already abundantly clear, and you brighten my heart daily with your love and light” Ludacris wrote to his daughter. “The Bridges legacy looks better than ever now that you’ve chosen me to be your daddy. Love you, Baby Chance.”

Ludacris and Eudoxie Bridges announced their expectancy near the beginning of last year. The celebrity couple announced their daughter’s arrival last August. Chance made Ludacris a proud father of four girls.

“I’m just trying to pour knowledge and pour so much understanding and wisdom into them,” the rapper recently said about his parenting philosophy. “Obviously I’m a pushover as well because they all got me wrapped around their finger,” Ludacris shared of the way the house runs under his leadership. “Whenever anything is wrong or when they want something they get that puppy dog look,” the celebrity father revealed. “But for the most part just trying to make them better versions of myself.”

Ludacris is trying to spread love and light for his kids and other children. The entertainer created Karma’s World to present a positive platform that promotes diversity and acceptance.

“Creating Karma’s World and seeing the impact that it’s having on young Black girls, and just children in general—even parents that say they wish they had this when they were kids, that is part of the legacy of trying to balance out this world of negativity, where we wake up every day and something else is going on,” Ludacris said during a recent interview with Kindred by Parents. “I’m just trying to tip the scale to the positive and loving side.”

Photo: Eudoxie Bridges/Instagram



Sarie is a writer and editor for BCK's Los Angeles division. She also shares stories on Medium that are meant to encourage thought and discussion. You can catch her outside enjoying nature and classical literature. Pop culture is pretty fun, too!

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