Atlanta, GA – Many thought 2 Chainz simply painted a home in Atlanta pink to mirror the cover of his fourth studio album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. Since taking over the buzzing landmark, the pink trap house has had multiple uses, including becoming a HIV screening clinic on July 4.
2 Chainz took to Instagram to announce the conversion of the home into a clinic with the help of the Fulton County Board of Health, Atlanta AIDS and Test Atlanta joining in the free event that also included informational packets and giveaways. The clinic opened at 11 a.m. on Tuesday (July 4) and ended in the afternoon.
Later in the evening, 2 Chainz was on site for a fireworks display.
Previously, the rental home hosted a listening party for Tity Boi’s latest audio offering and also serves as a gallery featuring works from Andre 3000 and other local artists. The home was also turned into the “Trap Church” this past Sunday, which was a gathering of social activists and citizens aligning with local organizations.
Inside the "pink traphouse "something seldom shown ,, art , kids , music , good vibes , inspiration etc, The word TRAP is and was associated with a negative connotation 🌸🏚 We will see after we get thru injected some cultural ideas the move the needle inch by inch #prettygirlsliketrapmusic album out now
Primarily, the house has become something of a social media legend with fans and onlookers alike snapping photos of the structure in varying selfie and group photos.