Musician Travis Scott is being fined by the City of Downey for meeting him at a McDonald’s restaurant after a mob of 500 people and trying his new Cactus Jack meal.
Travis, 28, who has a daughter, Stromy, along with two, Kylie Jenner, 23, collaborated with the fast-food giant and caused quite a frenzy.
According to TMZ, in Travis and McDonald Downey, California is cited by the city because they did not have a permit for the gathering.
Oh no! Travis Scott is being fined after a mob of more than 500 people at McDonald’s for trying his new $ 6 Cactus Jack meal because he and the fast-food giant failed to get a permit
Safety first: Fans queued to catch a glimpse of the star but were not really social distance
Travis reportedly failed to obtain an event or filming permit for attendees before he showed up to greet fans who were waiting in line to try the food.
Both citations come with a $ 100 fine, so he and McDonald’s won’t be too out of pocket because they have to stump up to $ 200.
Travis was robbed a week ago when he arrived at the restaurant by fans, which the site reports, many of whom did not wear masks or social distances.
He was forced to run for cover.
A spokesperson for Downey told TMZ: ‘Police reported about 500 people in attendance and PD sent several units to ensure the large crowd remained safe.
Mr. Popular: Travis was forced to run for cover when he gathered for the day
Oh no: many people were wearing masks, but some were not chaotic days
‘There were no injuries and it does not seem like any arrest.’
MailOnline has contacted a spokesperson for both Travis Scott and McDonald’s for comment.
$ 6 Cactus Jack Meal, to be ordered through the McDonald’s app, which includes a quarter pounder with cheese, bacon and lettuce, fries with BBQ sauce, and a medium sprite.
USA Today reported on Tuesday that McDonald’s was running out of ingredients due to Travis’ demand for new food, which is similar to normal quarter pounder food.
do eat! Travis’s favorite foods – a quarter pounder with cheese, a medium order of fries with BBQ sauce, and sprite – for just $ 6, saying that Cactus Jack sent them
snuggle up! McDonald’s sold $ 90 chicken nugget body pill as part of a collaboration with Travis
McDonald’s said in a statement: ‘In fact, it is very lit, some of our restaurants have been temporarily sold with some ingredients in the meal.
‘We are working closely with our suppliers, distributors and franchisees.
Meanwhile, McDonald’s and Travis collaborated on a new line of limited-edition merchandise that includes a chicken nugget-shaped body pillow.
The collaboration, which began on September 8, also includes T-shirts, shorts, hats and other items, but it is the 36-inch McGag pillow that is generating the most buzz.
And despite it being priced at $ 90 – and the caveat that it won’t ship for nine to 12 weeks – the pillow is already sold out.
In fact, all items from the collaboration have already sold out, with some already popping up on the re-sale website, although they have not yet shipped.
Other pieces of the collab include T-shirts, sweatshirts, and sweatspants with different McDonald-themed artwork.
There are also denim shorts with the Cactus Jack x McDonald logo, another pair of shorts with an Egg McMuffin package pattern, and several caps.
For a non-wearable merch, a $ 250 floor on the vintage McDonald’s menu, a $ 30 lunch tray, a $ 45 lunch box, a $ 78 blanket, a $ 250 floor for a $ 25 plastic cup, and a $ 65 foot There is a six-foot tall cardboard cutout. Travis Scott action figure from his 2015 album.
“I couldn’t be more excited to bring Cactus Jack X to McDonald’s life,” Travis said in a press release. ‘We are bringing two iconic worlds together. It was important for me to include a charitable component, and I can’t wait for people to see what we have. ‘
What a sight! The collection also includes these Egg McMuffin shorts
‘Stylin! Already sold line includes cap
This is an organization! Most of the pieces for sale were apparel, such as sweatshirts (left) and denim shorts
must have? Some items are already popping up on resale sites
Those prices! For non-wearable merch, the vintage McDonald’s is a $ 250 floor rug with the menu printed on it
needed? This $ 30 lunch tray was among the snacks
Travis said in a press release, “I couldn’t be more excited to bring Cactus Jack X to McDonald’s life. (Picture: $ 45 lunch box)
Travis said, ‘We are bringing two iconic worlds together (Picture: $ 78 blanket)
Home decoration. The line also included a $ 65-foot-tall cardboard cutout of the Travis Scott action figure from his 2015 album
Although the merch has sold out, fans can still have fun by getting Travis’s favorite meal at his local restaurant: a quarter pounder with cheese, a medium order of fries with BBQ sauce, and Sprite – for just $ 6 .
Customers only need to say that Cactus Jack sent them by 4 October.
“Everyone’s favorite is McDonald’s food,” Morgan Flatley, McDonald’s US Chief Marketing Officer, said in a press release.
‘Travis is a true McDonald’s fan, not to mention the world’s biggest music acts and cultural icons by visiting our restaurant in Houston.
‘This is the first time in nearly 30 years that we’ve introduced a superstar name to our menu – we’re excited to bring Travis Scott food to McDonald’s starting next week.’
The last time was in 1992 with Michael Jordan.
Smell that? McDonald’s has sold some wacky merchandise before – in fact, the chain sold a quarter-pounder-scented candle earlier this year
Burn them all! Scents include bunions, ketchup, pickles, cheese, onions and ‘100% fresh beef’.
For Superfan: The line also included the 2020 quarter pounder calendar
McDonald’s has sold some wacky merchandise before – in fact, the chain sold quarter-pounder-scented candles earlier this year.
In February, the company launched the Quarter Pounder Fan Club, an offshoot of its official consignment line, with a number of items that celebrate its beloved cheeseburger.
The most eye-enhancing was a packet of six scented candles that smelled each odor like a different quarter pounder component.
The pack includes six custom scented candles inspired by quarter pounder material. One-on-one with scents such as buns, ketchup, pickles, cheese, onions, and ‘100% fresh beef’.
It seems that burning all of these together will smell like a quarter pounder from the room, but will also give customers the option of just burning onion-scented or ketchup-scented candles.
The candles were joined by many other quirky business options on the website, including a sesame seed umbrella, a gold-colored locket with golden arches on it, a bunch of hair, socks, a T-shirt, a bean and a lounge set Huh.
Swag: The candles were part of a quarter pounder fan club collection of merchandise, including a locket