A restaurant co-owned by Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz has made a comeback from a recently failed health inspection in which officials reported expired milk and raw hamburgers stored over collard greens.
The restaurant had to make “internal changes” and let five managers go after the failed inspection, Escobar spokesman Justin Andrews confirmed.
Andrews said getting a 92 during an unscheduled re-inspection “speaks to what we stand for” and shows that putting new management in place was the right move.
2 Chainz took to Instagram to post a picture of the new score, along with an inspirational comment, to his 3.1 million followers.
It read, in part: “Just like everything in life we had our ups and downs along the way, but we're only getting stronger & better!”
The post got more than 10,000 likes and hundreds of comments.
“I got 11 years kitchen experience I've done incredible things. If you're ever looking for a great chef to run your restaurant get at me,” replied one job seeker.
No word on whether 2 Chainz took the Instagrammer up on the offer.