Travis Scott Fined For Large Gathering At McDonald's Promotional Stop

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Travis Scott was fined for gathering hundreds of fans at McDonald's as part of a promotional event in Downey, California.

The city of Downey reportedly fined Scott $200 for not having a permit to film and not getting an event permit for a crowd of more than 200 people.

The event was held to celebrate the launch of the Cactus Jack, a collaboration between Scott and the burger chain.

As part of the collaboration, McDonald's has also launched a new special "Travis Scott Meal." The $6 combo includes a quarter-pounder with cheese, bacon and lettuce, a medium order of fries and BBQ sauce and a sprite.

Scott is the first celebrity to have his name on the McDonald's menu since Michael Jordan in 1992.

A video clip posted on social media shows the rapper arriving at the restaurant in a red Lamborghini as fans surround his car.
He also gives an impromptu performance. The fans didn't observe any social-distancing and many didn't wear masks.

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