Rapper 2 Chainz celebrated the 4th of July by turning his popular 'Pink Trap House,' into an HIV testing center for the day.
He originally rented the now iconic Atlanta home to use as a promotional prop for his new album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. Since the album dropped, the house has become a tourist destination in the ATL.
#tbt the day we set out to impact culture in Atlanta. Who would have known that @thetraphouseatl @thepinktraphouse would become a #landmark in #Atlanta. Was a pleasure working @hairweavekiller and @thestreetexecs (my family) and having the number 1 Rap Album... 🙌🏽 #Tru #street Execs #hdrmedia #prettygirlsliketrapmusic #pinktraphouse
The 'Trap Clinic Community Awareness' event was a hit. More than 300 people showed up and around 50 got a free HIV test. The event was sponsored by the Fulton County Board of Health, Atlanta AIDS and Test Atlanta.
2 Chainz showed up for the special day and hit social media to give his take on how important it is to know your status and get tested.
This wasn't the first time he's worked with Atlanta community leaders to give back either. The week before the HIV testing event he used the pink trap house as a 'trap church,' or a place where community leaders gathered to discuss how to get Atlanta residents involved with local organizations.