Travis Scott threw a Turkey Drive in Houston yesterday, but only made a FaceTime appearance because he’s spending Thanksgiving with Kylie Jenner and their daughter Stormi in Palm Springs.
Travis Scott, 29, is making Kylie Jenner, 23, and their daughter Stormi, 2, his priority this Thanksgiving. The Astroworld rapper sponsored the inaugural Cactus Jack Foundation Turkey Drive in his hometown of Houston on Wednesday, November 25, but he was noticeably absent from the festivities. Instead of traveling home to Houston he is spending the holiday with Kylie and Stormi in Palm Springs, a source told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY.
“Travis hosted a Thanksgiving fundraiser in Houston yesterday but he wasn’t there in person,” said the source. “He stayed in California to celebrate the holiday with Stormi and Kylie. He usually goes home to Houston for Thanksgiving but this year he didn’t, he stayed to be with Stormi and Kylie. They’re in Palm Springs with Kylie’s family.”
But, regardless of their status, it seems clear they’re doing great — and giving back. Even though Travis wasn’t able to make it to the turkey drive, his family showed up to represent. His mother, Wanda Webster and his twin siblings Jordan and Joshua Webster were on stage with Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner during the event. And Travis did make a brief appearance — just via FaceTime. Houston’s mayor put Travis on speaker so he could thank everyone and then made a point to say that he hasn’t forgotten about his promise to build a new Astroworld theme park in Travis’ honor.
At the first annual Cactus Jack Foundation turkey giveaway with @trvisXX, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says:
“I want you to know we haven’t forgotten about the theme park either. We’re still focused on that, Astroworld 2.” pic.twitter.com/Lvuex8QX43
— The Recount (@therecount) November 25, 2020
Volunteers at the newly launched annual event passed out 1,000 turkeys and bags of canned goods to families in need in the Houston area. Additionally, those who picked up items were welcome to free COVID-19 testing on site courtesy of United Memorial Medica Center.