Ludacris responds to Virginia's 'Fast and Furious' highway sign that went viral
The sign reads, "Driving Fast and Furious? That's Ludacris."
Ludacris is getting a kick out of a shoutout to the Fast & Furious star by the Virginia Department of Transportation.
The rapper and actor, born Chris Bridges, shared an image of a highway sign spotted in the state that's been getting a lot of attention online.
The traffic message reads, "Driving Fast and Furious? That's Ludacris."
"Virginia I Love You Back! Can't Believe this is real," Bridges wrote on Instagram Sunday. "Should this s--- be on every highway?"
The VDOT since replied, "We hope this made your weekend travel a little more entertaining."
Bridges returned alongside Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, Charlize Theron, Nathalie Emmanuel, Jason Statham, and more in F9, which earned an estimated $70 million after opening in theaters on Friday.
"I'm the luckiest human being alive," he said. "The two top things that everyone in the world wants to do, be a movie star and a rockstar, and I'm actually living it out. It's surreal for me to even say that."