If you have any type of Social Media, we know that by now you've caught a glimpse of 2 Chainz's pink trap house. The trap house took the internet by storm as a great marketing tactic for his latest project Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. The house, which has been serving Atlanta's photo-op needs, is also home to an art gallery. This 4th of July, 2 Chainz used it for the betterment of the people by doubling it up as an HIV testing center.
2 Chainz decided to team up with Fulton County Board of Health, Test Atlanta, and Atlanta Aids, inviting people to come get a free HIV screening.
Not only has he used it as an HIV screening center, he also turned it into a Trap Church. This past Sunday, the building was turned into a place of worship that people were invited to attend.
Pastor Michael Wortham had a talk with Fox 5 Atlanta telling them, "We can't listen to the music without really addressing the systemic issues and the systematic oppression that causes the trap to even exist. So that's the reason we pulled together 'Trap Church' is to really to talk about the other side of the trap, to talk about how we as a community have a responsibility to come together and help our brothers and sisters who are facing these tough situations."
While the house was only leased through July 6, the popularity of the center may cause them to extend it.
Not only was this great promo, it's been great for the community. And if you aren't doing it for the betterment of the people, what are you doing it for?