That Time Jeb Bush Hung Out with Ludacris

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Ludacris performs at Madison Square Garden Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2010 in New York. (AP Photo/Jason DeCrow)Jason DeCrow / AP

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There's no word yet on whether we can expect a hit single collaboration - or a general election ticket - from them, but hip-hop icon Chris "Ludacris" Bridges and likely Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush got the chance to spend some time together Thursday at the George state capitol.

Ludacris, whose hits include "Move B**** (Get Out The Way)," was at the statehouse to be honored for his foundation's work with Atlanta youth, while Bush was there to address lawmakers in the run-up to his all-but-announced White House run.

This ensued:

Ludacris is no stranger to politics; in 2008, Obama's campaign team condemned lyrics in one of his songs, which praised Obama but harshly described Hillary Clinton and John McCain and suggested that George W. Bush was "mentally handicapped."

- Carrie Dann