Fans of Texas rapper Travis Scott can enjoy his new CACTI beverage company without being 21 or older. The rap star has released a new line of merchandise to commemorate the brand's first nationwide drop.
Travis Scott’s CACTI Releases Merch
Travis Scott’s CACTI brand has come out with a slew of clothing items and accessories, including ice trays and coasters as well as hats, slides, and socks. Trav took to his social media pages to share the new drop with followers.
Travis Scott’s Spiked Seltzer Out Now
La Flame had something new for fans at the start of this week. The rap star who made headlines last year with his Cactus Jack McDonald’s fast food meal and Sony Playstation partnership has now released an adult seltzer beverage called CACTI. An agave spiked seltzer, it’s in stores nationwide around the United States now. Travis Scott posted up for the company’s Instagram and got everybody hyped up for the new release.
“CACTI IS AVAILABLE IN STORES NATIONWIDE NOW – CALL YOUR LOCAL RETAILER TO CONFIRM AVAILABILITY STORE LOCATOR UPDATED DAILY ON DRINKCACTI.COM/FIND LIMITED SUPPLIES AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW DRINKCACTI.COM/BUY”
Travis Scott’s Family Gives Back In Houston
The Texas native is giving back in a meaningful way. La Flame and his family are helping out big time in the Lone Star State following the monumental winter storm that’s put thousands of people on the streets and struggling to survive. The Cactus Jack Foundation recently hosted a relief drive to help out Houston locals. Scott and his family held the Houston Winter Emergency Relief Drive and blessed up a whole lot of people. They went to Instagram with footage of the event.
Travis Scott and his Cactus Jack Foundation have partnered with the City of Houston and the Houston Health Foundation to launch an emergency food program providing 50,000 hot meals to residents affected by the state’s winter freeze, where water shortages and power outages have led to at least 58 deaths. The City of Houston and Cactus Jack Foundation will coordinate with local agencies and organizations, including the Black Service Chamber, the National Association of Christian Churches and restaurant owners to identify vulnerable Houstonians in need of assistance. To qualify for the program, residents must live in one of 30 high-priority ZIP codes identified by the city and fit one of the following criteria: elderly, high-risk and/or homebound adults, people with disabilities, families with children under the age of 18, low-income or unemployed. (Yahoo! News)
La Flame’s Cactus Jack Stand Under Investigation
Travis Scott is getting Los Angeles city officials nervous thanks to his Cactus Jack pop up newsstand. The spot caused a “mob-sized” gathering in West Hollywood and reportedly some major concerns from city officials. Scott is facing a possible investigation by the L.A. Department of Public Works due to his team not acquiring a permit for the stand. In response, the City Attorney’s office is rumored to be investigating the event and whether they should issue fines or take other actions.
“Public Works did note to us that even though they do issue citations for permitting violations…it wasn’t certain that would be done in this case.” (TMZ)