Travis Scott Gifts McDonald's Action Figure to Fan Who Beat Cancer Twice

Mahlik Campbell

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NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 02: Travis Scott performs onstage during Day 2 of 2018 Governors Ball Music Festival at Randall's Island on June 2, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images for Governors Ball)

Travis Scott showed some major love to one of his ragers who successfully beat cancer for the second time, rewarding them with a limited action figure from his McDonald's collab.

The incredibly strong fan, Jonah DeToro, thanked La Flame for his "victory trophy" – only the 14th one ever made – on Twitter. The toy appears to have arrived in a special gold-plated Cactus Jack box.

Just how limited is this piece of Travis Scott memorabilia? While the exact amount in existence is unknown, Mickie D's claimed in a tweet that they're "rare, handcrafted and numbered." At the time, just five were being offered as part of a sweepstakes contest. 

A bold reseller even listed his mini Travis on StockX for $55,000, though the asking price has since dropped to a still-insane $15,000. (Bruh.) Presented in a protective, museum-like case, the tiny replica shows La Flame holding his signature McDonald’s meal: a Quarter Pounder with cheese, bacon and lettuce, along with a medium side of fries, BBQ dipping sauce, plus a Sprite.

Around the launch of the Travis Scott x McDonald's partnership in early September, DeToro posted a photo of him eating the Houston rapper's signature meal to celebrate his birthday. He was still in the hospital. Travis then retweeted DeToro, referring to him as "my hero." He added, "Anyway If I can make ur day better makes me happy !!! Imma try to get something up there to u kiddo."

Given his latest collaboration with Sony, maybe Travis can hook up another fan with a PS5? If not, the next-gen version of 'NBA 2K21' should be fine. Ronnie 2K recently paid Trav a visit and offered him "one of the first printed copies [of the game] in the world."