Americans who received a $1,200 stimulus check recently know how far that money can stretch, especially in the midst of an economic crisis.
But on the off chance that you were hoping to use your cash to enter the market for a Bugatti, $1,200 won't get you far, unfortunately. Just ask Travis Scott.
To celebrate his 28th birthday last Thursday, April 30, La Flame decided to cop a brand new all-black Bugatti while surrounded by a few friends, as first told by TMZ. Though this original report didn't identify the exact model and price, Hollywood Life later pinned the car as a custom Bugatti Chiron.
The starting price for one of these rare whips is about $3 million, while the ultimate Super Sport 300+ package can push the cost closer to $4 million, according to Car and Driver.
This wouldn't be the first time Travis has been behind the wheel of a Bugatti.
Alongside the late Pop Smoke in their video for "Gatti," which was released in December, the two rode around in a Bugatti Chiron fashioned with a blue leather interior and brake calipers that look awfully similar to those on Travis' lavish birthday purchase.
Meanwhile, Kylie Jenner, the mother of Travis' daughter, Stormi, wished the Houston artist a happy birthday with a series of candid photos capturing some of their adventures together as a family.
"Happy birthday to daddy of the year!" Jenner captioned the Instagram post. "i’m slowly but surely starting to accept the fact that storm is a daddy’s girl. 😫 but whatever. we went half on greatness!"
Adding to the celebration, Travis and Kid Cudi's "The Scotts" recently debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, marking Travis' third time atop the chart and Cudi's first.
"The Scotts" also earned the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Streaming Songs chart, garnering 42.2 million U.S. streams in the week ending April 30, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data.
Cudi professed how important this achievement is to him after putting in work for over a decade. "THIS MEANS SO MUCH TO ME!!! IVE BEEN IN THIS GAME FOR 12 YEARS AND I FINALLY DID THIS W MY MUTHAFUCKIN BROTHER!" he tweeted.
Watch the official music video below if you missed the premiere of the song during Fortnite and Travis' "Astronomical" in-game concert series.