No one noticed?! No.1 rapper in the U.S., Travis Scott, was found at McDonald’s in Akihabara! | FRIDAY DIGITAL

No one noticed?! No.1 rapper in the U.S., Travis Scott, was found at McDonald’s in Akihabara!

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Travis Scott waiting for takeout items in front of McDonald’s

In front of Akihabara (Chiyoda-ku) station at the end of March, many people were lined up in front of the counter of the McDonald’s hamburger chain at lunchtime. Among them was a group of four or five foreigners. At first glance, they appeared to be tourists, but the aura emitted by the man with braided dreadlocks and a unique style was clearly different. The man’s name was Travis Scott, 31. He is the most popular rapper in the U.S., both in terms of popularity and ability.

On November 5, 2021, Travis Scott was invited to a concert at NRG in Houston, Texas, U.S.A., by NRG. Travis Scott was virtually inactive since the tragedy of the death of 10 people at the Astroworld Festival he hosted at NRG Park in Houston, Texas, on November 5, 2021. He resumed his activities last year, and the purpose of his visit to Japan this time is to perform at the opening event of Japan’s first Jordan Store “World of Flight Tokyo Shibuya,” which opened in Shibuya, Tokyo, on March 25. Two days before that, he jumped into a special live performance by female rapper Awich (Awich, 36) at “Jordan Center Court” held at Ryogoku Kokugikan. However, he didn’t sing a single song, but just shouted “Tokyo!” Twitter was quite stormed with words of condemnation against him.

n the U.S., he has established himself not only as a musician but also as a fashion icon. His collaboration items with various famous brands have gained huge popularity, and his total assets are said to exceed 9.5 billion yen. He is also known for his longtime relationship with businessman and international fashion model Kylie Jenner (25). He is such a hip-hop superstar that if he were to walk down the streets of the United States, he would instantly draw crowds. Despite this, he seems to be unnoticed in Japan, even when standing in line in front of a McDonald’s. “Travis was in Japan for the first time in a long time.”

During his visit to Japan, Travis was photographed making a guerrilla appearance at Shibuya’s Scramble Crossing. He posed with a hood on and took the hood off just as people were coming and going, but no one noticed, and people just avoided him as he stood there. Travis had to walk away with a wry smile on his face.

This video was posted on Twitter and had been viewed 3.8 million times as of April 7. It was the same in Akihabara. The group lined up at McDonald’s and waited for a while at the storefront until takeout was ready. Travis was looking sharp standing with the vending machine in the background, but no one seemed to notice. Whether he was relieved or disappointed at this situation, only he knows.

Standing at the vending machine and no one noticed.

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