Since 2 Chainz created the Pink Trap House in June, it has become a social landmark for Atlantans. But the rapper doesn’t want it to just be a cool place to take selfies. He also wants it to be a spot that offers free HIV testing.
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For the July 4th holiday, he’s turning it into the Trap Clinic. He’s providing free HIV testing for visitors who drop by the Atlanta site, located at 1530 Howell Mill, from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Sponsored by the Fulton County Board of Health, Atlanta AIDS and Test Atlanta, the event will also have educational packets, games and giveaways.
2 Chainz posted a flyer on his Instagram page Tuesday, writing “Come get tested and know your status! By the way this is Free99.”
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The Trap Clinic isn't the only community service event he's hosted there since flipping the rental home to throw a listening party for his latest project "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music."
On Sunday, the site became the Trap Church, where social activists gathered to encourage citizens to get involved with local organizations.
And daily, the Pink Trap House is an art gallery.
With paintings of Andre 3000, Tupac and other ATL landmarks, the gallery offers people a chance to take in the beautiful work or add a new piece to their own collection.
For weeks, the Pink Trap House has been garnering national attention as fans from across the country have lined up in droves just to snap pictures there. It has been dubbed as the “first hip-hop monument of Atlanta.”
Haven’t taken a trip yet? It’ll be up until July 7.
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Photos: Atlantans pose for selfies at 2 Chainz’s Pink Trap House