"I'm going streaking," he said with a chuckle. "I'm going straight downtown. I'm going to send a tweet out telling them what we're about to do. Hopefully, Trump won't ban partying by the time the Falcons win the Super Bowl."
"It was a gathering of the minds," said Ludacris, who was once criticized by Obama for his politically-themed rap song called "Politics" in 2008. "That was extremely important for hip-hop, because he's giving us a voice. He's done a great job of supporting hip-hop and certain artists, continuing to say we should put out positive messages. I think he's done enough. We've made strides."