On Sept. 3, Travis Scott and McDonald’s
announced that they were collaborating on a
celebrity meal called the Travis Scott Meal.
It features Cactus Jack’s favorites — a quarter
pounder with cheese, bacon and lettuce, medium fries
with BBQ sauce and a Sprite with ice — all for just $6.
According to UBS, McDonald’s franchises
saw a “significant boost” in sales from
the celebrity-approved meal.
Arguably a huge part of the Cactus Jack
collab’s success is thanks to TikTok, where teens
have made ordering the meal into a trend.
when asked what they would like to
order, they simply reply, “You know
why I’m here.” They then proceed to start
blasting Travis Scott’s “Sicko Mode”.
In one viral video, user Everett Kim drives
up to the ordering window at a Dairy Queen
and gives him the typical prompt.
The employee seems to know what this means, because
he replies matter-of-factly, “Uh, this is a Dairy Queen”.
Kim’s video has been mostly well-received by
users who found the “awkward” prank “hilarious”.
“This has no business being this funny,” one person
said. “Wrong restaurant,” another user joked