“Sicko Mode” rapper Travis Scott kicks off back-to-school season the right way by hosting a teacher supply drive in Houston, TX.
The Cactus Jack Back-To-School Drive was held this past Sunday at the Lakeshore Learning Store, offering free tote bags to its attendees.
According to FOX 26 Houston, 1,000 teachers took no time to take advantage of the supply drive since they have been handling supply expenses from their own pockets.
Furthermore, Travis Scott’s family were also in attendance. The Houston-based rapper’s sister, Jordan Webster, told the press:
“We wanted to show our love and support for these school teachers because they are such a core essential part to the cultivation of young students and young leaders,” she said in an interview. “To be able to know that we’ve been able to provide some relief for them today is what we wanted to happen today.”
Despite backlash due to the Astroworld incident, the Rodeo artist has proven that he has a heart.
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