Nevertheless, 2 Chainz thanked his fans for supporting him through the recuperation process.
After the gig 2 Chainz, real name Tauheed Epps, wrote in an Instagram post that he had recently undergone surgery on his broken leg and doctors advised him to cancel his tour.
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Following the opening date in Tucson, Arizona, 2 Chainz will head to the West Coast, Chicago, and NY, before concluding at the end of December. "So I told him maybe it means God wants me to use my mind and be creative", he continued. And it definitely did, as he rocked the show from a snazzy pink wheelchair with the word "Trap" written across the back, falling in line with his pink trap house theme for his latest release, Pretty Girls Like Trap Music. "If you look up resilient in the Webster dictionary it's gone be a picture of me rocking a f**king show in a pink wheelchair!"
Anyway, as you can see, 2 Chainz did not let his leg or his wheelchair much get in the way of the performance. "If I can do it you can too".
The Pretty Girls Like Trap Music Tour kicked off Wednesday in Arizona, and will continue until December. 2 Chainz was looking at a massively inconvenient and shitty situation, but found a way to creatively overcome the obstacles.