Cadence Gaelle Bridges is the daughter of actor & rapper, Ludacris and his Mrs., Eudoxie Mbouguiengue. Cadence Gaelle Bridges’s father, Ludacris is well known for his role as Tej Parker in the Fast and Furious film sequence and for his musical hits like Word of Mouf, Back for the First Time, Chicken-n-Beer, and The Red Light District in 2004.
All of them got multi-platinum certification from the Recording Industry Association of America.
Besides being a decorated actor & a rapper, Ludacris is also a dear father to his four children that are all girls. While the actor might never tell which one is his favorite, we, still like to go and analyze if that one is his third child, Cadence Gaelle Bridges.
All about her relationship with her mother, father, and siblings
Cadence Gaelle Bridges Is Ludacris’s Third Child. Cadence Gaelle Bridges was born in June of 2015 weighing 7 lbs, 4oz. Her parents shared the news of her birth via Instagram with Eudoxie posting a balloon that had “Baby Girl” mentioned on it, On the other hand, Ludacris shared his emotion with a throwback photo of his baby’s mom alongside her mother in their homeland of Gabon. Gaelle (meaning, a father’s joy) was Eudoxie’s first child while she was Luda’s third child.
From her father’s side, Gaelle is of Africana American descent, and also has more distant English and Native American ancestry. Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ father, Ludacris is a distant cousin of late comedian Richard Pryor. Gaelle’s mother is a model from Gabon. Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ rapper father holds citizenship in both Gabon & United States.
Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ Successful Grandparents
Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ grandmother and Ludacris’ mother, Roberta Shields supported the launch of The Ludacris Foundation. The institution focuses on inspiring the youth through memorable experiences, education, and helping the youth help themselves.
Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ grandma also created agreements with industry giants and has led teams of a serviceperson to deliver more than 150,000 hours of duty to more than 10,000 people in need. Additionally, she is a former Fortune 100 executive with a background in strategic planning & financial services. Shields holds a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Illinois & an MBA from Johns Hopkins University.
Similarly, her late grandfather and Christopher’s father, Wayne Bridges was a businessman and marketing manager for DTP, Inc., a marketing company & printing.
Cadence Gaelle’s Mother Experienced Poverty, Hunger, And Sexual Abuse:
Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ mom, Eudoxie Bridges is born in the village of Gabon, a country in West Central Africa. She presently is an advocate and activist for women who have experienced mental, verbal, and sexual abuse.
Eudoxie with the help of her website, Unspoken Angels, speaks for educating, supporting, inspiring, and empowering young ladies of the United States and West Africa, as it provides comforting & safe environments with positive initiatives for females.
Mentioned in Unspoken Angels is also the story about Ms. Bridges’ humble beginnings. On the website, she has spoken about the times of her life when she doesn’t even have enough to eat. Cadence Gaelle has also discussed her past experiences filled with forms of mental, verbal, and sexual abuse. Ludacris’s wife has talked about her hard childhood in her book, Unspoken Angel: My Story Through Her Eyes.
Cadence Gaelle came to America, speaking only three English words. Thus, with Unspoken Angels, Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ mom aspires to be able to help such girls deal with the betrayal, hurt, and feelings of inadequacy. Eudoxie also has a grade in medicine.
Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ Mom, Eudoxie Mbouguiengue Also Suffered Miscarriage
In May of 2018, Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ activist mother, Eudoxie, through her Instagram, talked about her yet another unbearable experience she suffered after suffering a miscarriage.
As she poured her appreciation towards God for enabling her to see another birthday, Eudoxie revealed she faced major trouble in 2018 when she had a miscarriage and needed to have surgery.
While wishing Cadence Gaelle on her third birthday party, Eudoxie illustrated how she said the cutest of things a mother could have listened to.
The activist wrote: When she noticed me crying for the first time during my miscarriage, she bestowed me a hug and said, “it will get ok Mama. Do you want daddy?”
Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ Musician & Actor Father Fought Hard To Gain Custody Of Her Half Sibling
Gaelle’s younger sister, Chance Oyali Bridges, was born on the 28th of July, 2021. Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ mother named Chance after her late grandmother. In addition to Chance, Cadence Gaelle Bridges has two older half-siblings, Karma Bridges & Cai Bridges, and each of them is from her father’s previous relationships.
In February of 2015, the Southern Hospitality singer won primary custody of his 1-year-old daughter, Cai Bridges, whom he had with his ex Tamika Fuller. Just a year ago, Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ dad had filed for full custody of his daughter. He then claimed that he was a capable & fit parent. Unfortunately, for the American artist, a judge handed full custody to Tamika referring that it was in the best concern of the child to remain with her mother.
Besides, the court ordered the father of 4 girls to pay $7,500 per month in child support and also to Tamika $35,000 legal fees.
Cadence Gaelle Bridges’ eldest half-sister, Karma Bridges, was born in August of 2001 from Ludacris’s relationship with his ex, Christine White. Christine White was an Atlanta-based attorney. Karma Bridges, the eldest daughter is the primary inspiration for Ludacris’s animated series — Karma’s World. She graduated from high school in 2020 and then had declared to attend Spelman College, a private, historically Black women’s liberal art college in Atlanta, Georgia.
Cadence Gaelle Bridges And Her three Sisters Love Saying The Word, “Fart”:
The three-time Grammy Award-winning rapper is almost as in wonder as any parents would be considering why kids do things they do. Two of his kids, presumably including Cadence Gaelle Bridges, left Ludacris struggling to realize why they loved uttering “farts” so often.