2 Chainz's Pink Trap House in Atlanta has been repurposed for a multitude of different uses. Last Sunday the rappers installation became a church, offering attendees a one-time service. 

On July 4th, to mark Independence Day, the Trap House was temporarily converted to a HIV testing centre in conjunction with Fulton County Board of Health, Test Atlanta and Atlanta Aids, offering fans and residents a chance to get a free screening. 

The house itself, which is also being used as an art gallery, was originally set up to mark the release of 2 Chainz' album 'Pretty Girls Like Trap Music' which came out last month.

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