‘The London’ hitmaker Travis Scott is going on helping out people.
On December 23, Scott visited his hometown community with his daughter Stormi Webster and contributed to the toy drive in Houston, Texas, which was hosted by Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner. During the donation, he and Webster, who is turning 3 in February, were spotted by cameras while giving away the presents in person.
Cactus Jack Foundation, a non-profit organization launched by Scott, and Sony Music also shared a series of photos, which sees the ‘Sicko Mode’ rapper filling the bags with goodies, through its Instagram page. Alongside the toys, he provided to more than 2000 kids and families PPE supplies, meals, blankets, clothing, and Christmas trees.
What’s more, Scott’s ex-girlfriend Kylie Jenner took to Instagram Stories and shared her daughter, Stormi’s snap helping her father during the toy drive. She wrote alongside the photo, in which the little girl is seen in a dark green jumpsuit while wearing a coronavirus mask:
“Big girl supporting her daddy @ his Xmas food and toy drive.”
As fans might remember, back in November, Scott, having earned approximately $40 million dollars in 2019, donated Thanksgiving food to almost 1,000 families in his hometown, Sunnyside, through the Cactus Jack Foundation.
Here are the photos from the event.