2020 is going poorly for just about all of us who aren’t named Travis Scott.
Just weeks after McDonald’s linked up with Scott for the company’s first celeb-branded meal in over 30 years, resulting in a Quarter Pounder shortage from its bonkers popularity, the 29-year-old Houston rapper has released his new single, “Franchise,” featuring Young Thug and M.I.A. with a music video that will be screened in IMAX theaters during showings of Christopher Nolan’s new film Tenet.
The music video has nearly 10 million YouTube streams since its release on September 25, and Michael Jordan deserves some of that clout.
Scott, who’s previously released several colorways of the Air Jordan 1, 4 and 6 sneakers, was reportedly given immediate approval to shoot the music video at MJ’s $14.8 million Chicago compound.
According to TMZ, Jordan signed off on Scott’s request “without hesitation.”
Jordan opening up his 32,600 square-foot compound to Cactus Jack likely wasn’t entirely out of the goodness of his own heart, as it serves as an incredible marketing tactic to sell the $14.8 million property that is currently for sale on Zillow.
The 9 bedroom, NINETEEN bathroom Highland Park home was built on seven acres in 1995 and boasts a regulation-sized basketball gymnasium, circular infinity pool, putting green, tennis court, and cigar room.
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You can purchase the home for a significant downpayment and small monthly payments of $88,174 per month.
Anyone wanna pool their money? I’ve got $472 to play with. Hit me up.