Travis Scott has added another significant achievement to his resume: his own dinner at McDonald’s. The last VIP to have his name on a dinner at the inexpensive food chain was Michael Jordan whose McJordan burger propelled in 1992. The Houston rapper actually introduced the Travis Scott Meal at a McDonald’s in Downey, Calif on Sept. 8. The establishment’s eateries around the United States additionally convey the $6 menu thing, as promoted in a public mission highlighting Scott as an activity figure (watch it underneath).
Harmonizing with the McDonald’s declaration, Scott dropped another product assortment that gives recognition to vintage visuals from McDondald’s history. Among the things available to be purchased are the normal clothing (T-shirts, hoodies, shorts) just as surprising contributions like a $90 Chicken McNugget body cushion and a $45 retro metal lunch box, all decorated with Scott’s Cactus Jack calling card (see the full assortment here).
For the business, the 28-year-old showed up in real life figure structure (a gesture to his 2015 presentation collection “Rodeo”) with faultless subtleties including his champion chains and Cactus Jack Jordans.
Moreover, Scott and the Cactus Jack group have planned new regalia for McDonald’s staff the nation over. Where Justin Timberlake had recently revised the chain’s “I’m Lovin’ It” jingle in his brand name falsetto, Scott’s touch is the expansion of his own expression, “It’s lit!”
Scott was welcomed in Downey by a crowd of fans holding up in line to attempt his new combo dinner: a Quarter Pounder with cheddar, bacon, lettuce, pickles, ketchup and mustard; medium fries (with BBQ Sauce for plunging); and a Sprite.