Ludacris Collaborates With Rice Krispies Treats For Limited Edition Family Game Set

Atlanta rap legend Ludacris has teamed up with Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats to create a limited edition family game set called Treat. Eat. Repeat. The game set features various games centered around the iconic Rice Krispie Treats snack.

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Limited Edition Game Set

The limited edition game set features games like “Wrapper Rhymes,” where players engage in a rap battle and write their best rhymes on the Rice Krispie Treat wrapper. Other games include “Stick The Landing,”” Unicorn Duel,” “Treat Mitts,” “Krispie Cannon,” and “Your Own Snack-Inspired Game.”

The game set also comes with score instruction cards, markers, a bucket hat “winner crown,” and a fresh pack of Rice Krispie Treats.

Proceeds To Boys & Girls Club Of America

The game is a fun activity for families, and the proceeds will go to the Boys & Girls Club Of America. The donation aims to create more safe places for children all around America to play, compete and create.

Ludacris’ collaboration with Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Treats creates a fun activity for families while supporting a good cause. His dedication to philanthropy and representation of Black-owned businesses is admirable, and the limited edition game set is just one of the many ways he contributes to the community.

Ludacris Loves The Kids

The rapper-turned-business mogul is known for his love for children. He created an animated series called Karma’s World on Netflix to give representation to his daughters. Ludacris’ media company Karma’s World Entertainment teamed up with two Black-owned hair care businesses and got a licensing deal to help Black-owned businesses. 

Honorary Degree From Georgia State University

Ludacris previously dropped out of Georgia State University in the 1990s to pursue his rap career. However, he received an honorary degree from the same university in 2021, recognizing his achievements in music and philanthropy.

Snoop Dogg and Master P recently became the owners of the first Black-owned cereal brand, Snoop Cereal. The move aims to boost Black-owned businesses and provide representation in the cereal industry.