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July 19, 2020

Ludacris' Daughter Cai Shares When She Washes Her Hands Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic (Video)

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Ludacris recently shared an adorable video of his toddler, Cai Bella, informing people when to wash her hands.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Ludacris shared an informative clip of his daughter, Cai Bella, letting people know when she washes her hands.

Cai revealed that she washes her hands every time she enters the house, uses the toilet, and blows her nose.

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LUDACRIS’ POST

In his caption, the singer noted that cases of the coronavirus in the US were increasing at a fast rate. His post came in hopes that kids can also wash their hands frequently. He wrote:

“My daughter Cai has a message to Kids on when She Washes Her Hands AND WANTS ALL KIDS & PARENTS TO Go To Kidnation.com now!”

Ludacris attends the 2018 Latin American Music Awards at Dolby Theatre on October 25, 2018 in Hollywood, California. | Source: Getty Images

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Ludacris ended his post by promoting Kid Nation, an online platform where children can get entertainment while learning important issues.

CAI’S PARENTS

Cai is the rapper’s daughter with his ex-partner Tamika Fuller. He won primary custody of the little girl in 2015 after a nasty custody and child support battle.

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Not long after winning custody, Fuller came out with her side of the story and revealed that her ex didn’t show any interest in their daughter before the court battles began.

The multitalented artist gained success in the industry for his music and acting, but his most significant achievement was raising great children.

She also revealed that the rapper wanted her to get an abortion, which she refused. Ludacris later married Eudoxie, whom he had a daughter with, Cadence Gaelle.

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LUDACRIS AND EUDOXIE

Earlier this year, the “Fast and the Furious” actor and his children obtained citizenship from his wife’s homeland, Gabon.

Ludacris shared that his family spent time in Africa for over three weeks to see and know the culture. He shared some of their days on Instagram and was grateful to have been granted citizenship. 

Ludacris attends "The Fate Of The Furious" Atlanta red carpet screening at SCADshow on April 4, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. | Source: Getty Images

One of his photos was taken in front of the male slave dungeon, alongside a caption that read: “Our ancestors never gave up faith. You can never imprison our minds nor our spirits.

The multitalented artist gained success in the industry for his music and acting, but his most significant achievement was raising great children.

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