McDonald's Travis Scott partnership popularity is leading to ingredient shortages across the country
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Travis Scott's meal at McDonald’s is so popular that the famous fast-food chain is actually running out of burgers.
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Scott and his Cactus Jack music label officially launched their partnership with McDonald’s on Sept. 8. The month-long promotion marks the first time that the fast-food giant has teamed up with a celebrity for promotion since its 1992 campaign with Michael Jordan, and it’s already wildly successful.
FOX Business confirmed that some of McDonald’s locations are now temporarily out of the ingredients that make up Scott’s meal. This is especially shocking given that the order is not made up of unique items, but rather McDonald’s menu staples – a Quarter Pounder with cheese, fries with BBQ sauce, and Sprite.
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“No doubt, Cactus Jack sent you…A LOT of you. SO many of you," McDonald's said in a statement.