2 Chainz had a purpose for the community on July 4th to turn a party into purpose. His creative idea of turning “The Trap” into an actual service for the community offered FREE HIV Testing for those who came by. The bright pink house was a call to action urging people to get involved in local organizations that work to improve the lives of others.
In an interview with a local Pastor Michael Wortham he stated, “I appreciate 2 Chainz and the whole team for putting this house up because in a lot of respects it’s reminding people that this is a real thing in our city,” said Pastor Michael Wortham “So people come and take pictures, put it up on Instagram and walk away, but there are a lot of people who aren’t able to walk away from this daily reality.”
Check out more photos and videos below of the Pink Trap House in ATL.
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