Gucci Mane has been worshiped as the Trap God since coining the name on his 2012 mixtape, but later this month, the title will take on new life when the rapper's images are displayed in an Atlanta church.

Cam Kirk, a local photographer who has documented the ATL scene over the last few years, and took the iconic photo of Gucci for his Trap House 3 cover, will be supplying the exclusive, never-before-seen photos of Guwop, which will be shown as part of an exhibition on May 30th. 

According to Kirk, it'll be more than a simple gallery experience. "It’s going to be more of an installation," he revealed to Mass Appeal. "It’s not going to be strictly about my photography. I’ve got actors in there; they’re going to play certain roles when you walk in. So it’s going to take shape of like a haunted house feeling, where you walk in and there are different things to experience. It should feel like you literally walked in to the house of the Trap God."

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