As protests intensified in New York City on Tuesday, a group decided to use a Ludacris anthem to further boost their movement.


On Tuesday night (June 2), protesters started chanting his popular song ‘Move B*tch‘ at the NYPD when they blocked marchers who had gathered on the Manhattan bridge to protest in memory of George Floyd. The group sang the chorus to Luda’s 2002 track “move b*tch, get out the way” in unison as cops put barricades on both ends of the bridge, thereby trapping some marchers in the middle.

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Protesters in #NYC chanted #Ludacris anthem ‘Move B*tch’ at the NYPD when they were blocked on the Manhattan Bridge on Tuesday. (🎥: Twitter/justericthomas and catgioino)

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Watch the footage above from two angles. Ludacris did not hesitate to give a fist of approval on Twitter at the development.

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