This week at Atlanta's most famous pink house, the trap met the clap. 2 Chainz's Pink Trap House--the residence that's become a fixture in Atlanta--took on a new role far removed from promoting the rapper's Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album. In celebration of July 4th and safe sex, 2 Chainz teamed up with Fulton County Board of Health, Test Atlanta, and Atlanta Aids to create a Trap Clinic where people come go for free HIV testing.
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Promising education, fun, games and giveaways, the Pink Trap House turned into a clinic for nearly five hours yesterday. It's the latest transformation for an art installation that has played host to a gallery and a church service. The rapper took his fans to Trap Church on Sunday with a religious service led by Pastor Michael Worthham.
"We can't listen to the music without really addressing the systemic issues and the systematic oppression that causes the trap to even exist," he explained to Fox 5 Atlanta. "So that's the reason we pulled together 'Trap Church' is to really to talk about the other side of the trap, to talk about how we as a community have a responsibility to come together and help our brothers and sisters who are facing these tough situations."
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