They went into 2 Chainz Pink Trap House and straight spazzed 🤒 Out here reversing the cabbage patch pic.twitter.com/WWMHanannz
— 𝓙𝓾𝓼𝓽𝓲𝓷 (@jwhit_clt) July 5, 2017
In promotion for his recent album, acclaimed Atlanta rapper, 2 Chainz, came up with a brilliant marketing ploy. He opened up what Atlanta locals are calling “a rap museum.” Fans traveled across the country to see this once in a lifetime spectacle. As an Atlanta native, I haven’t seen this type of congeniality en masse in a long time. It was a peaceful place where people joined together to admire the beautiful venue. Bringing this kind of immediate positivity to your hometown is something 2 Chainz should be extremely proud of.
trap house trap pic.twitter.com/IMQw4LeaX2
— line of demarcation (@dev123onta) June 25, 2017
— Everything Georgia (@GAFollowers) July 3, 2017
During this week, visitors have been given an opportunity to do more than just stand and look. There was a Sunday church service held on July 2nd, and free HIV testing was available on Independence Day. The Pink Trap House was set to be no more on July 7th, but since it was a surprising success, the 2 Chainz wanted to push back the deadline. Unfortunately, neighboring businesses and residents have been furiously complaining about the incessant litter and an increased traffic, so a lease renewal was virtually implausible.
Pink trap house doing better things than the White House sheesh https://t.co/iDxZ6ADxJq
— KB 💨 (@kburton_25) July 4, 2017
Despite that, I hope more Atlanta artist give this type of joy to the community. Thank you, 2 Chainz, for helping the community in a way only you can.