For the event, he flipped a home, located on 1530 Howell Mill, painting it pink and writing the word “Trap” on the front to mimic his album’s cover art. There’s a pink stove and pink widebody car, likely from the 1970s, in the front yard, too.
While the event ended more than two weeks ago, the house is still decorated. And locals have been stopping to pose in front of what has now been deemed as the #PinkTrapHouse.
Although the car had to be towed earlier this week due to a busted front window, the rapper replaced it with a yellow Lamborghini only for a few hours, according to his Instagram page.
And hundreds have continued to line up to get a glimpse of ATL’s newest tourist site.
There's even an entire Instagram page for it. Take a look at some of the posts below.
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