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Travis Scott Gives Away Chain To 14 Year Old

by Festival October 04, 2015

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Travis Scott may have a reputation as rap music’s new young rebel, but that doesn’t stop him from being a kind one. Yesterday, the Houston rapper gave away his chain to a 14 year-old fan. Scott saw that the child had a tattoo of his debut album Rodeo on him, and decided to give away the chain in his honor. He even dedicated the kid as well, which you can check out below.

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