2 Chainz

2 Chainz Launches Tour in Pink Wheelchair

  /  08.10.2017

2 Chainz didn’t let a broken leg stop him from touring. On Wednesday (Aug. 9), Tity Boi literally rolled out his “Pretty Girls Like Trap Music Tour” in a pink wheelchair.

Taking to Twitter after the Tucson show, the Atlanta rapper acknowledged how the setback didn’t actually set him back.

“I broke my leg 11 days ago, and had surgery 10 days ago,” he wrote. “when I woke up from sedation the doctor told me ‘well looks like your gonna have to cancel your tour’ so I told him maybe it means God wants me to use my mind and be creative! So after all the morphine and pains meds wore off I called management and said somebody find me a ‘pink wheelchair’ I can’t let my fans down besides I’m passionate about this shit!!”


Afterwards, Tity Boi thanked his opening show crowd and celebrated his own resilience. “Tucson, Arizona thank you for supporting me and rocking with the campaign,” he wrote. “Show was legend !! If you look up resilient in the Webster dictionary it’s gone be a picture of me rocking a fucking show in a pink wheelchair !! Remember never let anyone or anything get in the way of you being great ! If I can do it you can too.”

Earlier this week, 2 Chainz dropped the video for “Door Swangin,” which comes in support of his latest album, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music.

The “Pretty Girls Like Trap Music Tour” is set to continue through Sept. 22, when it comes to an end at the Life is Beautiful Festival in Las Vegas.



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