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Rapper 2 Chainz is no stranger to giving back to the community, but he has decided to do so in a way that nobody has ever seen before.

Come paint ? Sip & Vibe at da Pink Trap House!! Swipe ?? for tickets Limited Sessions

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Atlanta’s accidental tourist attraction, 2 Chainz’ Pink Trap House, turned into a hub of sexual education and treatment during the Fourth of July.

The marketing tool driving the rapper’s newest album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, is more than a popular Instagram back drop, the art installation served as an art gallery and even a church.

7 days without prayer makes one weak ??????

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In collaboration with the Fulton County Board of Health, Test Atlanta, and Atlanta Aids, 2 Chainz hosted a free HIV screening at the multi-functional trap house.

In a city where the HIV rate is similar to that of a third world country, a free testing clinic, which also provides sexual education to the public, is definitely needed.

Fulton County Board of Health say they pulling up today!! Come get tested and know your status! By the way this is Free99

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2 Chainz’ album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, debuted as number 2 on the Billboard 200 chart, so his marketing team might have actually struck gold by connecting community engagement with art.

A management team staffer for 2 Chainz told Fox 5 Atlanta that the house is rented through July 6, but they may extend the lease due to the location’s popularity.

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