2 Chainz's Pink Trap House is back! Site makes appearance at Atlanta car show

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2 Chainz has created a new Atlanta landmark. The rapper painted a home pink and wrote "TRAP" on the front. The house mimics his album's cover art. Hundreds have lined up to see the social media sensation.

If you thought 2 Chainz's Pink Trap House was a thing of the past, you're wrong. The landmark made its way back to Atlanta Saturday for the 14th annual V-103 & WAOK Car and Bike Show.

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The rapper made the announcement on his Instagram page Friday, posting a video and then a picture of it being rebuilt. He wrote, “Told y'all Trap House goin on tour!!”

😈😈 get ya tickets now 2chainz.com ... tomorrow will be at the V103 car n bike show

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The newest version of the monument looks just like the first one, which made its debut at 1530 Howell Mill in June. It features the pink old school car, too, and organizers even added pink grass to match.

The site took Atlanta by storm earlier this summer when the artist flipped a rental home, painting it pink and writing the word "Trap" on the front to mimic his album's cover art for a "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music" listening party.

For a month, the Pink Trap House, which was an art gallery on the inside, was a huge attraction as fans from all over lined up to take photos in front of the unique spot.

Painting classes, church services and HIV screenings were also held at the site.

Although it had to be repainted white after the lease was up, 2 Chainz promised that the Pink House would not disappear. And he's keeping his word by bringing it to the car show.

The V-103 & WAOK Car and Bike Show is Saturday, July 15 from 12 p.m. - 9 p.m. at the Georgia World Congress Center.

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