The landmark will soon be reduced to rubble.
Of all the ways to promote your album, 2 Chainz' Pink Trap House was one of the most remarkable. Essentially creating an Atlanta landmark, Chainz leased the "trap house" at 1530 Howell Mill Road, painted it pink and used it to promote his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album. With Rap Or Go To The League now in our sights, the Pink Trap House is a thing of the past and although it still attracts a good amount of people who want to take pictures at the iconic spot, the company that owns the property is looking to soon tear down the Pretty Girls staple.
If it were up to us, 2 Chainz would buy the house and keep it there for eternity. However, things just don't always work out the way we want. Matt Rohrig of Cartel Properties has told local Atlanta news network, AJC, that there have been plans put in place to tear down the Pink Trap House. Recent photos taken of the house show it back to its old look with white paint, looking as bland as ever and blending in with other homes on the street. Rohrig told the news station, "My plan eventually is to tear it down. I’m not leasing it out long term."
His reasoning is simply that the land on which the house sits is more valuable than the property itself. If this is, indeed, true, we bid adieu to the Pink Trap House. Thankfully, we can still reminisce with the countless photos taken of the crib.