The Pink Trap House has been a beacon in 2 Chainz' community fundraising efforts.
2 Chainz stands the risk of losing an Atlanta monument which is very close to his heart. the Pink Trap House erected on 1530 Howell Mill was once repurposed by 2 Chainz and his Streets Execs team as a theme park for children named Trap Wonderland. When their arrangement came to a close, property maintenance was left in the hands of the building's owners, and has since been tapped for demolition to the surprise of many.
The monument, a key part of 2 Chainz' promotional campaign for his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, will reportedly be torn down on a date in the near future, Matt Rohrig of Cartel Properties has confirmed. The reason for its demolition is fairly obvious: the $40k discrepancy between the value of the address and the building itself.
TMZ caught up with 2 Chainz at LAX on Wednesday and asked him for his take on the situation. In fact, the ATL vet had an interesting way of presenting his argument for its preservation, in declaring the Pink Trap House as Atlanta's very own Eiffel Tower. He then asked the interviewer if he'd consider knocking down the Tower in a rhetorical manner.
Aside from its curb appeal, 2 Chainz has used the space for the greater good of his community, on one occasion even holding HIV testing in the rented space. As for what definitive action Tity Boi plans to take against the building's demolition, he promised (on record) to press the issue with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms ASAP.
"Door Swangin" was shot between its walls.