Chainz Is Performing In A Pink Wheelchair Instead Of Cancelling His Tour

Chainz Is Performing In A Pink Wheelchair Instead Of Cancelling His Tour

Chainz Is Performing In A Pink Wheelchair Instead Of Cancelling His Tour

However he was determined not to disappoint fans and so chose to get "creative" by asking his management to find him a wheelchair to perform in so his tour could go ahead.

2 Chainz is on a roll and he's not going to let some bullshit like "broken bones" or "serious surgery" stop him from going on his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music tour.

The rapper broke his leg two weeks ago and underwent surgery for the injury, unbeknownst to fans. He used the injury to test his limits and explore his creativity instead, as he rocked his show in Tuscon, Arizona in a pink wheelchair. "Tucson, Arizona thank you for supporting me and rocking with the campaign!"

Recently, 2 Chainz linked up with National Football League superstar Cam Newton.

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In an Instagram post, 2 Chainz promoted resiliency and told fans, "never let anyone or anything get in the way of you being great!" "If I can do it you can too".

The solution was definitely creative: 2 Chainz was rolled onstage in a light pink wheelchair with the word "trap" painted on the back, and he performed the entire set with his leg hoisted up. Although he couldn't walk, he was able to wheel around the stage a little bit to show each section some love.

According to the schedule, he does not plan on coming to Atlanta, so if you want to catch the "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music Tour", you might have to travel outside of Georgia.

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