Ludacris established himself as one of the most influential rappers in the industry today. Earlier this month, the artist received an honorary degree in Bachelor of Science in Music Management from Georgia State University. It appears, he’s already got himself an amazing gift to celebrate the occasion.

The 44-year-old rapper turned actor posted an Instagram video on Thursday to show his more than 13 million followers his present. He filmed himself on the tarmac in front of his luxurious new private jet. He then kept the camera rolling as he climbed aboard to offer his fans a glimpse of the interior. 

Wearing a Georgia State shirt, Ludacris gleefully sang the theme song for The Jeffersons, crooning that he was ‘movin’ on up’ as he advanced through the plane. The lavish aircraft includes a section with train-style seats and tables, followed by another section lined with leather-upholstered sofas.

The rapper and his guests will be able to enjoy the benefits of a mini-kitchen and an elegantly appointed bathroom, as well as a TV. t the beginning of this month Ludacris was awarded an honorary degree in music management from Georgia State.

Ludacris attended the college for a year in the late 1990s studying music management but dropped out to devote himself to his career. Now a couple of decades later the college has decided to award him the degree that he declined to complete the first time around. Stay tuned to Thirsty.

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