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Travis Scott, McDonald's hit with fines after rapper's impromptu visit draws large crowd in California
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McDonald’s massively popular Travis Scott promotion caused some problems for one California city when the rapper made an impromptu visit that drew a surprisingly large crowd.
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A representative for Scott confirmed to FOX Business that both the rapper and a McDonald’s in Downey, Calif. were cited by the city after a slew of fans arrived at the fast-food restaurant when the Cactus Jack mogul dropped by to check out the release of his own $6 meal.
“Last week, Travis Scott stopped by a McDonald's restaurant in Downey, CA, to kick off the launch of his signature order, ‘The Travis Scott’ meal. Per McDonald’s standard safety protocol, all restaurant crew, staff members and security onsite were required to wear face masks,” a statement from the fast-food chain provided to FOX Business reads.
“While the restaurant was closed to the public, a group of fans got wind he was there and gathered outside. In true Cactus Jack fashion, Travis’s fans got involved and greeted him as he was going live on Instagram. After the small crowd grew and social distancing could no longer be observed, security safely escorted Travis from the restaurant and the crowd dispersed.”
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