The rapper and his foundation have once again provided toys to families in his hometown of Houston.
Travis Scott has been keeping a low profile since the Astroworld tragedy that claimed the lives of 10 people, including children. Many blamed Scott for the attendance at the festival, while others took issue with the fact that he had no way of knowing such devastation was happening in the audience. But, as his team of attorneys continue to defend themselves against the multi-billion dollar lawsuits, Travis Scott continues his holiday giving campaign.
According to several sources, on December 23, Scott and his Cactus Jack foundation organized a toy drive for families in need in the rapper’s hometown of Houston. Scott is known for his charity efforts in the city and this time around, TMZ reported that “ over 2,000 kids in Houston who come from struggling families” will receive toys for the holidays. But in the end, more than 5,000 children received the gifts. Those who participated in the toy drive were able to receive one gift per child, according to the Cactus Jack Foundation’s Instagram page.
Travis Scott was invited by Charlamagne Tha God for his first interview after the accident. During the interview, Travis revealed that he was unaware of the events that unfolded while on stage on the night of November 5, and that he only learned of the magnitude of the tragedy. until after the show. However, his lawyer recently told TMZ that the rapper isn’t focusing on business, but on helping and connecting with the families of the victims.