Travis Scott is loving it. In celebration of his Travis Scott Meal debuting at McDonald’s on Tuesday (September 8), the Houston native released a highly-anticipated merchandise collection to his website for his ragers to gobble up.

The capsule connects the Golden Arches with Scott’s world of Cactus Jack. A wide range of garments found in the 48-item collection include an array of graphic t-shirts, shorts, boxers, action figures, rugs, body pillows in the shape of McNuggets, a basketball jersey, ties, lunch boxes and a few hats. McDonald’s workers were even supplied with a rare limited-edition t-shirt for release day, which some have decided to resell online for hundreds of dollars. 

Prices for the merchandise arriving in collaboration with the fast-food giant ranges from $25 for a pack of Styrofoam cups up to $250 for uniquely-designed personal rugs.

“I couldn’t be more excited to bring the Cactus Jack x McDonald’s collaboration to life,” Scott said in a press release. “We are bringing together two iconic worlds. Including a charitable component was key for me, and I can’t wait for people to see what we have in store.”



Travis Scott Turns Up With Fans At Oldest McDonald's Restaurant To Celebrate His Meal's Release

Scott’s tasty meal features his go-to McDonald’s order of a quarter pounder with cheese and bacon, fries and a Sprite to wash it down. All of that will only cost fans a cool $6 and be available through October 4. The landmark collab marks the first time that McDonald’s has connected with a celebrity for a campaign of this magnitude since Michael Jordan in 1992.

The 28-year-old pulled up to the oldest McDonald’s in the United States in Downey, California to rage with his fans in wake of the fast-food collaboration becoming a reality. He also hopped on Instagram Live Tuesday afternoon for the rest of the world to watch remotely and even handed out a few meals in the drive-thru window.

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