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LudaDay Weekend’s 10th anniversary private ‘The Red Napkin’ Dinner

Lisa Borders, Mayor Kasim Reed and Atlanta's first lady Sarah-Elizabeth Langford Reed attend LudaDay 'The Red Napkin' Dinner at Coca-Cola Headquarters on September 4, 2015 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Robin Lori for Steed Media Service)

Lisa Borders (second from the left), chair of The Coca-Cola Foundation and vice president of Global Community Affairs at The Coca-Cola Company, Mayor Kasim Reed and Atlanta’s first lady Sarah-Elizabeth Langford Reed attend LudaDay ‘The Red Napkin’ Dinner at Coca-Cola Headquarters on Sept. 4, 2015, in Atlanta. (Photo by Robin Lori for Steed Media Service)

Christopher “Ludacris” Bridges has reached a milestone with his LudaDay Weekend charity celebration. The generous recording artist jump-started the 10th anniversary of his annual Labor Day weekend events on Thursday with rounds of celebrity bowling at BowlMor Lanes in Atlanta.

Stars such as Usher, Dwyane Wade, Gabrielle Union, David Banner, Keshia Knight Pulliam and more joined in on the fun in order to help raise funds for the Ludacris Foundation.

On Friday, evening, the rapper hosted ‘The Red Napkin’ dinner at Coca-Cola Headquarters. Guests included Mayor Kasim Reed, Tahiry Jose, Laura Govan, Mack Wilds, David Banner and more.

On Saturday, the rapper holds a block party and concert at Clark Atlanta University. His celebrity basketball game will be held Sunday at Georgia State University’s Sport Arena. The game is expected to be split into one team lead by Ludacris and the other team having singer Chris Brown in command.

LudaDay Weekend began in 2005 as a string of events orchestrated every year with the purpose of fundraising for local community charities. Throughout the years, Ludacris has not only welcomed some of the most recognizable faces in Atlanta but he has also invited Hollywood stars like Justin Beiber, Taraji. P. Henson, Vin Diesel and a list of others to take part in the good cause.

Last year, LudaDay Weekend racked up over $200,000 to donate to Atlanta-based charities.

Check out photos of the stars from ‘The Red Napkin’ dinner below.