2 Chainz Trap House Serves Community
Tauheed Epps, the rapper better known as 2 Chainz has turned his infamous pink trap house idea into a winter wonderland. Simply a marketing ploy? Maybe. A way to give back to the community? Possible. Earlier this summer the rapper used the trap house to provide free HIV/AIDS testing to the Atlanta community. The house has since been closed, but this winter he has launched the idea onto a whole different level. The Trap House concept has turned into a “Winter Wonderland” or better yet a “Trap Wonderland”. Using the theme “Trap Wonderland,” 2 Chainz is making sure Santa Claus makes a visit to the black community in 2017.
The response so far from passerby has been very positive, all of whom seem to have immersed themselves in an experience that includes a mobile app that can be used to accompany the on-site activities and a gift shop that features the image of a dabbing Santa Claus on the front of a sweater. Sounds like Christmas in the ATL is going to be more dope than ever this year.
2 Chainz Trap House serves the community and folks seem to liked it. According to reports visitors are happy with the “Trap Wonderland”. There is even a mobile app you can use with activities and a gift shop.
There were promises of a pop up shop hosting a “Black Friday sale” until 3AM, music, games and gingerbread houses for the holiday. There have been no indications of how long the space will be open.
2 Chainz trap house serves the community. The rapper tells WAGA-TV it was “almost like a good luck charm,” and he wanted to “rebirth it for the holidays.”