The pink "Trap House" that 2 Chainz has been using in an elaborate promotion for his latest album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, has been a major tourist attraction for the past few weeks. Fans have stopped in front of the bright pink house to take pictures, earning a significant buzz on social media.

However, surrounding businesses aren't so happy. The house is located on Howell Mill in Atlanta, which is already a high-traffic area. Business owners have complained that customers don't have anywhere to park, as the house has drawn hundreds of visitors. 2 Chainz, however, is unbothered. He went on Instagram to let everyone know he's not sweating the complaints.

“Lil bad asses, I love you,” he wrote in one IG caption.

A pink car that was parked in front of the house and was a favorite attraction for fans was towed for being a possible hazard. But it was quickly replaced by a yellow Lamborghini.

“Here you go try not to fuc this one up guys okay," 2 Chainz wrote on Instagram in reference to the replacement car.

2 Chainz has rented the house until July 6, though his team is reportedly considering extending the release, given the amount of buzz that its garnered. As for the complaints, Atlanta police aren't able to do much about it, since the house is on private property.

“We will continue to monitor traffic in that area in an effort to mitigate any problems,” said an APD spokesperson.



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