On Sunday, the Trap House had also been converted to the Trap Church, where 2 Chainz invited members of the community and activists to gather in order to encourage people to get involved in their local organizations.
Check out 2 Chainz's Instagram post announcing his free HIV clinic below.
The event also provided educational packets, games, and giveaways. "By the way this is Free99", he wrote.
If you have any type of Social Media, we know that by now you've caught a glimpse of 2 Chainz's pink trap house.
On Independence Day, the pop up gallery, community and education centre transformed into a free HIV testing centre.
2 Chainz's Pink Trap House-that is, a pink Atlanta house he rented to promote his newest album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music-has, overnight, gone from popular tourist destination to a center for health and education. According to the most recent numbers from the Centers for Disease Control, Georgia had the fifth highest number of HIV diagnoses among all the states in 2015.
A representative from 2 Chainz's team told 11 Alive that the house is rented through July 7.
But on the Fourth of July, the Trap House was more than just a monument, more than even the art exhibit that it is daily. "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".