Rapper 2 Chainz plans to run for mayor in Georgia

Araya Jackson

It’s no question that the widely known rapper 2 Chainz can debate after a debacle with Nancy Grace involving the legalization of marijuana, but now the rapper has taken a step further into politics.

2 Chainz, legally known as Tauheed Epps, first spoke with XXL Magazine about the idea of running for mayor of his home town, College Park, Georgia.

“I am looking forward to running at the end of this year or next year,” Epps said to the Atlanta Journal Constitution on Tuesday.

The rapper would be going against the current College Park Mayor, Jack Longino, who has held the position for nearly 20 years. 2 Chainz’s huge base of fans are already showing their support across Twitter.