ATLANTA — Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz has recreated the front of his “Pink Trap House” for a holiday “Trap Wonderland.”

News media report it’s next door to his management company, which has decked its parking lot with Christmas lights and offers activities for children.

Early visitors included Kimberly Thomas of Columbia, South Carolina. She told WXIA-TV her children were eager to see it.

A house painted hot pink, with the word “TRAP” over the door, was used for a listening party for the album “Pretty Girls Like Trap Music.” Hundreds of people showed up daily to see and photograph it during the summer. It was repainted after the lease ended.

2 Chainz tells WAGA-TV it was “almost like a good luck charm,” and he wanted to “rebirth it for the holidays.”

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