Rapper and actor Christopher Brian Bridges, known professionally as Ludacris, has mourned the iconic singer-songwriter Prince five years after his sad death.
Wednesday marks the fifth anniversary of the death of musical icon Prince, and the world has not felt the same since he left us. The death of the famous pop star who died on April 21, 2016, at the age of 57 at his private mansion in Minneapolis was caused by the drug opioid, which is said to be made of poppy.
On Wednesday, Ludacris took to Instagram and remembered the musical icon with a throwback photo that was taken at a basketball game. Ludacris left a caption that praising the singer and said that he was a unique singer in the music industry.
Here’s what Ludacris said:
“Nothing Compares 2 U #tbt”
Fans and followers headed to the comment section to honor Prince. Others showed some love for the late singer with a pair of emojis. Ludacris’ post has racked up more than 70k likes in a short period.
A fan commented:
“You look absolutely stunning.”
“So beautiful so looking hot.”
See the Instagram post below.