Ludacris has officially opened his second Chicken + Beer airport restaurant, and this time it’s at Los Angeles International Airport.
On Wednesday (July 19), the Grammy Award-winning rapper took to his Instagram page to reveal the good news. “[It’s] official!!!!!” he captioned a photo of the staff. “Chicken + Beer LAX is now open! Terminal 3! Los Angeles, [Let’s] go!!!”
The first location of the restaurant, which is named after Ludacris’ third studio album, 2003’s Chicken-n-Beer, was launched in 2016 at Gate D5 in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. According to the company’s official website, Chicken + Beer serves “all the flavors of Southern soul food from fresh made waffles with crispy fried chicken, creamy shrimp and grits, better than your mama’s mac & cheese, greens and more.”
A few months ago, the “My Chick Bad” hitmaker received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In a livestream of the unveiling ceremony that was held on May 18, he was surrounded by a star-studded group of supporters like LL Cool J, Queen Latifah, Vin Diesel, and Tyrese. “No matter what people say I can’t do, I will continue to shatter those stereotypes and show people it’s possible in order to make everyone who got me here proud,” Ludacris said. “Because you all inspire my hard work and dedication to receive this star today. I’m motivated by legacy and history.”
He continued, “This means that I’ve made my mark, my own personal history being documented. To be amongst these names is just amazing to me. I’m just so thankful. So, getting a star is a statement, but be clear about this statement, the even bigger statement to me is that we are all interconnected.”
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