(AllHipHop News) A new Atlanta landmark is gone.
Over the last several weeks, residents and tourists flocked to 2 Chainz’s “Trap House” on Howell Mill Road.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Chainz’s lease is up on the property and the pink coloring made famous by the hometown rap star is being painted over.
George Rohrig, the founder of Cartel Properties management firm, is seeking new tenants for the residence.
Besides serving as an effective promotional tool for his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album, Chainz also converted the space into a temporary art gallery, church, and HIV clinic.
The “Trap House” became a social media phenomenon as visitors posted photos of themselves in front of the home.
It was also met with objections from some neighbors.
“You have to give them credit,” Rohrig told the AJC. “They did a pretty good job handling complaints and adding security when needed.”
Even though the Howell Mill Road house will no longer be the site of the popular attraction, Chainz hinted he could be taking the idea on the road.
“The Pink Trap House is moving on and going on tour now starting Aug 1st!” wrote the “Big Amount” rhymer on Instagram.
Apparently, 2 Chainz was able to film a music video for “Door Swangin” at the original “Trap House” before his lease expired.
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