2 Chainz knows how to steer his business. The Atlanta rapper had to hire new managers when his eatery, Escobar Restaurant and Tapas, failed a health inspection. On Tuesday, Tity Boi shared on Instagram that they passed the latest one.

"It's always been my dream to open @escobaratlanta invest back into the Atlanta community, employing people from my own community and I'm going to keep building," he posted next to a photo of a document certifying that the food joint passed the inspection with flying colors.

He added that his eating place is "getting stronger and better" because of the hardships. Opened last December, 2 Chainz's restaurant is his first venture in the food business.  Escobar Restaurant and Tapas received a "U" grade -- short for unsatisfactory -- in its initial inspection.

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It's always been my dream to open @escobaratlanta invest back into the Atlanta community, employing people from my own community and I'm going to keep building. Just like everything in life we had our ups and downs along the way, but we're only getting stronger & better! Believe that!! God is Good #yeadatway #hatersgonsayitsphotoshopped #cantkeepagoodonedown #fromgramstogrammys #meetmeforbrunchBih aye @djesudd cue up @bigsean Bounce back

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