Travis Scott drops McDonald’s themed merchandise, including a $ 90 chicken nugget pillow

The The “Astroworld” rapper collaborated with McDonald’s This month for $ 6 a “Travis Scott Meal,” which includes Scott’s request to go to McDonald’s – a quarter pound with cheese, medium fries with BBQ sauce and Sprite with extra ice.

To celebrate the success of the pairing, of course, there are goods, and plenty of them.

Head to Scott website And you’ll find no less than 24 graphic T-shirts with clip art from McDonald’s since the early 2000s, including one that honors a $ 1 McDonald’s apple pie – “Scott always had a thing for desserts.”

(Note for non-beginners – you’ll see the words “Cactus Jack” throughout the site. This is Scott’s company name and surname; his legal name is Jacques Webster.)

For the more refined McFan, it’s $ 300 in dark denim with gold bows embroidered on the left back pocket. Scott didn’t skimp on home decor, either: Find a $ 250 menu rug with a rapper’s order of McDonald’s, 10-pack of Jack McDonald’s Styrofoam cactus mugs, or a realistic annoying chicken body pillow that will make you $ 90.

Don't bite on this.  seriously.  It's not even a chicken;  Just a pillow made to look like it.
Scott’s social media presence is relatively weak, but recently He tweeted a picture of him Introducing a McDonald’s meal (in mask and a sparkling silver chain) to celebrate the collaboration. In a statement via McDonald’s, Scott said he “could not be more enthusiastic” to bring together “two iconic worlds” – his world, and the world of the Big Mac.
Partnership with Scott may give McDonald’s a much-needed boost, which she has seen Total sales tank 30% compared to last yearAccording to the second-quarter earnings report released in July. Chris Kempczinski, McDonald’s CEO, prepared the dismal report on the epidemic.

The “Travis Scott Meal” show opens on Tuesday and ends on the 4th of October. The limited-edition merchandise – including the odd chicken nugget pillow – will likely have sold before that date.

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