This fall, Georgia State College of Law University is offering "The Legal Life of Ludacris" — a course examining the strategic legal decisions and contracts that supported his career as a rapper, actor, philanthropist and restaurateur.
It's the brainchild of GSU entertainment law professor, Moraima "Mo" Ivory, who's the head of the school's "Entertainment, Sports and Media Law Initiative." Ivory spoke with On Second Thought host Virginia Prescott about the now full class.
Upon passing the course, students will receive a certificate as part of GSU's initiative.
Ludacris took to Instagram to reflect on his career and the honor of being a college subject, saying in part: "I always have been and continue to be extremely fortunate in my career. Thanks to Mo Ivory who will lead the class and thank you to everyone that was a part of the decision to put the class in place. How can I enroll? I want to learn more about myself as well."
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