Ludacris and Bill O 'Reilly End Long Standing Public Feud

Ludacris and Bill O 'Reilly End Long Standing Public Feud

Published March 11, 2010

After feuding for the past eight years, Ludacris and Bill O’ Reilly have finally squashed their beef.

Ludacris (born Christopher Bridges) and O' Reilly recently attended the same event and the Atlanta rapper actually extended his hand to the political commentator.  

“He wasn’t expecting to see me, at all," Luda explains to "The look on his face when he saw me approaching… priceless.”

 “The conversation we had was confidential, however, let’s just say it was a good conversation and good came out of it.”

While he won't share details of their conversation, he revealed that the two joined forces for a charity event. 

"Perhaps everything happens for a reason,” Luda offered. “It took about seven years for that to happen, but it finally happened. And the joy that came over me, well, it was outstanding.”

As previously reported, O' Reilly denounced Luda's lyrics back in 2002, causing him to get dropped from a lucrative Pepsi campaign.

Written by Nile Ivey, Staff


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