The Washington Wizards lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers 116-101 last Friday at Capital One Arena. But the 17,227 fans in attendance were treated to a postgame concert by Grammy Award-winning rapper Ludacris, who also attended Centreville High School in Fairfax County, Va. for a year.
Of course, not all the fans in attendance for the game watched the concert afterward. But nevertheless, it seemed like the arena was still over half full.
And here are some highlights from tweets around the web!
The Wizards didn’t win, but all Ludacris does is win.
Ludacris putting on a show for Capital One Arena pic.twitter.com/vxfhW2oJGq— Hoop District (@Hoop_District) December 4, 2021
And his early hit “Move Bitch” (Yeah, that’s the song title) had to be modified ... because ... kids are in the audience, right?
Some of Ludacris’ postgame concert after Wizards-Cavs. Lots of players came out to watch including Bradley Beal, Darius Garland, Daniel Gafford, Raul Neto, Corey Kispert and Anthony Gill. pic.twitter.com/MOVTbRNT1J— Chase Hughes (@ChaseHughesNBCS) December 4, 2021
He performed “Southern Hospitality”
Of course he performed “Get Low”
Dj Quicksilva has some close up video here.
Salute to the Living Legend @ludacris for shutting the @washwizards after game concert on .One of the greatest performers #InRealLife— THE PARTY KINGPIN !! (@DJQUICKSILVA) December 4, 2021
In the words on my ace @djinfamous “Talk To Meeeee” #ThePartyKingpin #QuickSilva #QuickSilvaShow #Ludacris pic.twitter.com/d7OdmOZ9wx
And finally, Britt Waters, the Wizards in-game host took a photo, presumably after the concert based on when the tweet came out.
Hopefully the Wizards can get get more concerts like these after games this season and beyond!