Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz has Baby Jesus, Santa, and all the reindeer all up in the Trap House. The celebrated structure that became an unofficial Atlanta landmark has now been recalibrated just in time for Christmas, according to FOX 5 Atlanta.
The Pink Trap House has undergone a name change too: it’s now Trap Wonderland. But only for the holidays.
2 Chainz garnered national attention when he unveiled his Pink Trap House along busy Howell Mill Road on the city’s north side. About a thousand daily visitors made the pilgrimage from across the city and the country every day to visit the house over the summer, and it quickly became the site of block parties, twerk contests, mass selfies, marriage proposals, music video filming and lots more.
The city initially vowed to crack down on visitors to the trap house after receiving traffic and parking complaints from nearby businesses. Since then, the drama has died down.
And the Pink trap House has become a city treasure.
“It’s been a staple for me, almost like a good luck charm, so I wanted to rebirth it around the holidays and use some of the contributions we get here to give back to the community,” said 2Chainz.
Trap Wonderland officially opened for the holidays on Thanksgiving night.