2 Chainz Private Album Listening Party

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Get Ready for 2 Chainz’s Haunted Pink Trap House.

The Pink Trap House is getting the haunted mansion treatment this fall, meaning Halloween’s ’bout to be—as the kids say—lit.

“On Sunday night (Sept. 9), the hip-hop vet announced The Pink Trap House will be back in business during his set at One Musicfest,” XXL reports. “The rapper and Street Execs Management have teamed up with the infamous 13 Stories Haunted House for the first hip-hop spook show beginning Sept 21.”

Get ready for an hour-long, blindfolded zombie expedition, which can be cut short if you find it necessary (the press release says things will get pretty wild). Tickets start at $15, and if you can’t make it before Halloween, it’s all good—the Haunted Pink Trap House will be open through November 11.

Learn more and cop your tickets at HauntedPinkTrapHouse.com.

Oscar De La Hoya Is ‘Very, Very Serious’ About Running for President.

Nah. For real. Here’s what he told TMZ Sports:

“I am actually very, very serious, and I strongly feel that if a Kanye West can do it and announce and maybe tease the world that he would maybe one day wanna run for president, why not me? … I’ve had literally, over the years, ever since I became a professional in boxing, I’ve had millions of people tell me, ‘Look, why don’t you represent? Why don’t you stand up and have a bigger voice?’ And obviously, the biggest voice you can have is being president.”

Sure, he has no political experience, but neither did our current president. And De La Hoya says he plans to start campaigning “if his exploratory team comes back with good numbers.”

Watch below.

Why Is the Girlfriend Is Always to Blame?

In a piece published by Jezebel on Monday, writer Hazel Cills explains why positioning Ariana Grande as the impetus behind Mac Miller’s overdose is both harmful and irresponsible.

“When famous, troubled men fall, fans look for someone to blame—women are an easy target,” she writes. “The hatred directed at Grande is the manifestation of a deeply sexist expectation: that women are always supposed to be both a salve and savior for men, responsible for both their health and wellbeing, addicts or not.”

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