Ludacris has increasingly shown his drive to help the nation’s kids through his philanthropic efforts. And for his latest kid-friendly cause, Luda teamed up with none other than Karma Bridges, his 10-year-old daughter, to create an educational website for kids.
According to AllHipHop, the website, called Karmasworld.com, in dedication to his daughter, features original pop music with educational lyrics like “Funky Bubble Land” as well as interactive stories and games for kids to play.
The website is geared toward first to sixth graders and teaches them academic lessons about not only math, science and geography, but lessons on ethics, morals and social responsibilities as well.
“We wanted the site to be educational, fun and full of music that all kids will enjoy, but we also wanted it to teach kids more than just academics,” Ludacris said in a statement released on Dec. 6.
“The site touches on subjects like, the rewards of hard work and importance of learning manners as well as the idea that doing good deeds for others will bring good into your life – which is the meaning of the word ‘karma.’ The music and lyrics, games and stories on the site are all original and were created by me, my daughter and my creative team,” said Luda.
According to MTV’s RapFix, Ludacris has been unabashedly promoting the site via his Twitter page as well as proudly reporting on his daughter’s progress on the site.
“AS OF TODAY MY DAUGHTER JUST BECAME AN ENTREPRENEUR AT THE AGE OF 10!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” tweetedLuda. “VISIT THE SOFT LAUNCH OF http://KARMASWORLD.COM ON YOUR COMPUTER TODAY FOR FUN EDUCATIONAL GAMES & EDUCATIONAL MUSIC FOR KIDS!”
We can honestly say that this is one of the most admirable and cutest things that Ludacris, or any rapper for that matter, has ever done. It’s amazing to see Luda excel at being a source of support and inspiration for his daughter as well as children all over the world. Major kudos to you, Luda.
If you want to see more charitable celebrities in action, check our list of seven other celebrity causes for kids below. –nicholas robinson