Kylie Jenner is shown as ‘Virgin Mary’ in the new Scott Travis music video
Kylie Jenner appeared as the ‘Virgin Mary’ in a new Scott Travis music video for the song, titled ‘Stop Trying to Be God.’
Scott Travis wants his fans to share in his big moment.
In celebration of his third album, “Astroworld,” debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard charts, Kylie Jenner’s beau, 26, gave $100,000 through Cash App select fans who tweeted the lyrics of the album on him.
“SO I KNOW that IT is DIFFICULT FOR THE CHILDREN,” he tweeted Tuesday evening. “SO I DECIDED TO SOLVE MY BANK ACCOUNT ON YOU GUYS. IM BUSTING DOWN THE $100,000 AND GIVE IT AWAY TO ALL OF THE FANS THAT TWEET ME CASH TAG WITH LYRICS BY ASTRO. GANG !!”
SO I KNOW THAT IT IS DIFFICULT FOR THE CHILDREN
SO I DECIDED TO SOLVE MY BANK ACCOUNT ON YOU GUYS. IM BUSTING DOWN THE $100,000 AND GIVE IT AWAY TO ALL OF THE FANS THAT TWEET ME CASH TAG WITH LYRICS BY ASTRO. GANG !! pic.twitter.com/7o3KlxnTm2
— SCOTT TRAVIS (@trvisXX) August 14, 2018
Between then and Wednesday morning, the rapper picked dozens of fans at random and make a deposit between $50 and $1,000 on their account.
A very lucky fan could barely contain his excitement at receiving a grand of Scott and took a break from shouting “brooooo!” asks his friends if he should quit his job at Target (they said no).
The giveaway is not the only way in which the rapper celebrated with the release of “Astroworld.” Last week he announced the Astroworld Festival, which will be held in his hometown of Houston in October.
But the album is not without controversy. Days for the fall, Scott was accused of transphobia after it turned out that Amanda Lepore were excluded from the final version of the album “Night” cover, although they were originally a part of the picture.
Sources close to the rapper claimed to TMZ he never even knew that Lepore was in the photo because they had been edited out by the photographer David LaChapelle showed it to Scott.
A representative for Scott did not respond to a request for comment about the giveaway.
This story was previously published in the New York Post.