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James Harden Gifts Travis Scott Custom "Cacti" Jeep Trackhawk For 30th Birthday

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Travis Scott and James Harden are close friends thanks to their shared time repping Houston. Harden bought La Flame a custom Jeep Trackhawk for his 30th birthday last May featuring Cactus Jack and Cacti accents.

Now, clearer photos of the special whip have emerged.

Along with custom Cactus Jack seats and Cacti decals across the sides of the Trackhawk are custom Forgiato rims warning others on the road, "Don't Read This And Drive."

(Kind of similar to what's written across the bottom of "Air Drake," Drake's $185 million private jet: "If You're Reading This We Left.")

Travis and Forgiato collaborated on 24-inch chrome rims featuring the same slogan near the top of 2020, selling them via his online store for $6,500.

"Within 1 week of purchase, you will be contacted for additional vehicle information in order to best produce your Cactus Jack for Forgiato custom wheels," the store description read. "Due to the nature of this product, each set of wheels will be made to order and ship within 5-6 weeks of vehicle information being received."

When Travis flew to Brooklyn last May to watch Harden and the Nets play the Celtics in the NBA playoffs, he stepped off a private plane in New Jersey and the Trackhawk was waiting for him.

"Nah, you a different type of brother right here," La Flame said in an IG Story at the time. "I just landed at the Clearport. This what you had waiting for me, bruh? Nah, you crazy. 13, you the man, boy. Love you. This a different type of birthday gift right here."

Playboi Carti, another affiliate of Travis Scott's, stopped in Houston over the weekend for his ongoing "Narcissist Tour." But the 25-year-old's show at NRG Stadium was canceled by police before it even started after eager fans breached security barriers and caused chaos.

They don't mess around down in H-Town!