Travis Scott is giving back for the holidays.
The “Franchise” rapper returned home to Houston on Tuesday (Dec. 22) where his Cactus Jack Foundation hosted a Christmas toy drive at Sunnyside Park. According to TMZ, Travis gave away 2,000 toys to 1,000 elementary school students.
In keeping with COVID safety procedures, families, residents, and school teachers drove through for free toys, food, shoes, PPE gear, and even Christmas trees. Wearing a mask, Travis packed the gift bags and safely placed them in car trunks. His 2-year-old daughter Stormi was also on hand to help her dad spread some holiday cheer.
Travis Scott giving back to the Houston community this Holiday season as he passed out toys, blankets, & food during his Cactus Jack Foundation Toy Drive! 🙏🏽🎁🌵 pic.twitter.com/TjyuYefiKH
— Power 106 (@Power106LA) December 22, 2020
It’s unclear if Kylie Jenner was there, but the beauty mogul shared a photo of the couple’s daughter on Instagram. “Big girl supporting her daddy @ his Xmas food and toy drive,” she captioned the post.
Stormi helping at @trvisXX’s toy drive today 🎄✨❤️ pic.twitter.com/3n4hxdut2w
— kylie kristen✨ (@kyliedrafts) December 22, 2020
Over 2,000 people including Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner enjoyed the free food from local celebrity hot spot Turkey Leg Hut.
It’s been a successful year for Travis, who earned a reported $100 million in 2020 thanks to deals with McDonald’s, PlayStation, and Fortnite. Next year, he is set to release his highly-anticipated album, tentatively titled Utopia, as well as his CACTI Agave Spiked Seltzer.