Travis Scott hosts Cactus Jack Holiday Toy Drive in Houston with his daughter Stormi

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Santa Scott is coming to town. Travis Scott returned to his hometown this week to host a donation with his daughter Stormi, serving 2,000 children and families in Houston.

Through its Cactus Jack Foundation, Astroworld the rapper offered toys, hot meals, fresh produce, Christmas trees, blankets, clothing and PPE supplies.

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Scott and his daughter joined Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner to host the event at Sunnyside Park, near where Trav grew up in Missouri City. The team distributed 2,000 toys from Mattel and other leading brands to 1,000 students at three local elementary schools in Houston, as well as local faculty and residents, serving a total of 2,000 Houstonians.

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In addition to gifts and supplies, the Cactus Jack Foundation offered free meals and fresh, canned goods. The Turkish Leg Hut food truck was also on site. In addition to Turner, US Congressman Al Green, US Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, City Councilwoman Carolyn Evans-Shabazz and City Councilman Edward Pollard were also present.

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La Flame did not allow COVID-19 to put a shock absorber on its generous vehicle, making contactless donations only by taking over. Of course, he could not have done it without his little help Stormi, who turns three in February.

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