Travis Scott has confirmed lengthy standing rumors that he’s partnering with McDonald’s for a brand new menu merchandise.
McDonald’s meals are about to get even happier for Travis Scott followers. Scott, who’s among the many top-selling rappers within the recreation, is collaborating with the world’s top-selling quick meals franchise, it has been confirmed. It was rumored that Travis was setting one thing up with Ronald after an advert for a brand new meal leaked on-line, displaying the “Travis Scott Meal” as comprising of a Huge Mac, comfortable drink, and French fries, all to the cool tune of simply $6. There may be even a Glad Meal model that may embody a mini model of the “Sicko Mode” rapper, in addition to a masks to fight the unfold of COVID-19.
Now, Travis Scott has confirmed the information, tweeting a picture of McDonald’s recognizable French fries within the brand of his Cactus Jack file label, alongside the caption, “Cactus Jack for McDonald’s.” The franchise echoed the excellent news by sharing an image of its brown paper bag below the arm of a Travis Scott figurine. The brand new meal is scheduled to launch this coming Tuesday, with McDonald’s Chief Advertising Officer, Morgan Flatley, revealing that Travis is simply the primary celeb they’re collaborating with and that there are lots of extra well-known faces to return.
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The Houston artist is not any stranger to collaborating with well-known manufacturers as he has his personal sneaker vary with Nike, created a cereal with Basic Mills, and held a digital live performance hosted by Fortnite. Travis has additionally recorded a monitor for Christopher Nolan’s new blockbuster, Tenet, with the director describing “The Plan” as “the ultimate piece of a yearlong puzzle” and confirmed to GQ that he can be dropping a collaborative album with Child Cudi following the success of their monitor, “The Scotts,” which hit no. 1.
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