Travis Scott brags of being paid a million dollar for a gig, wearing a $450,000 chain and pendant
The American rapper took to Instagram to share a picture of his torso with the caption, "I jus got paid a mill for a gig."
American singer and rapper Travis Scott was reportedly paid a million dollars to play a gig, and he took to Instagram to relay the news to his fans.
The 26-year-old musical artist who is dating Kylie Jenner shared a picture on Instagram with the caption, "I jus got paid a mill for a gig."
It's not clear which gig Scott was talking about, but he has announced a slate of new tour dates behind his latest album 'Astroworld', the second leg of which commences on January 25 in Vancouver and extends into March, hitting 28 cities across the United States and Canada.
In the Insta story, Travis was spotted wearing a T-shirt from his own range of merchandise and an outrageous diamond and gold necklace.
According to TMZ, Travis dropped around $450,000 on the incredibly detailed chain and pendant.
The chain was pretty much the bling equivalent of his concert layout, complete with his mug in the middle of a Ferris wheel and tracks resembling his roller coaster stage design.
Travis had commisioned the custom jewelers Eliantte & Co to design and create the sick bling, and the celeb jeweler made sure that it was delivered before Travis' show at The Forum.
Travis, who shares daughter Stormi, 11 months, with Kylie, appeared to be showing all of his favourite things in his latest Instagram stories.
He also shared a picture of his favorite collection of the books, one of which was a coffee table tome of 'big breasts.'
Kylie and Travis are doing really good in their respective businesses. Kylie, 21 has a net worth of $900 million due to her marvelous beauty empire.
He told Rolling Stone last month: "We was just two kids, f--king around. Maybe, like, the first week, you don't know if it's real or a fling. Then the second week you're like, whoa, I'm still talking to her, she's responding, I'm responding. We ain't run out of a thing to say. And it got to a point where I was like, "I need her with me to operate. She's that one."