Travis Scott dons a wild gluttonous cowboy hat to promote his hard seltzer brand Cacti in LA

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Travis Scott dons a wild voracious cowboy hat to promote Cacti in LA … while his hard seltzer brand has MASSIVE first week sales

He recently launched his own hard seltzer brand.

And Travis Scott is going with guns a ‘blazin’ to promote the alcohol range.

The 28-year-old rapper – real name Jacques Bermon Webster – wore a plastic guzzler cowboy hat on Wednesday to promote Cacti in Los Angeles.

Company man: Travis Scott wore a plastic guzzler cowboy hat on Wednesday to promote Cacti in Los Angeles

Company man: Travis Scott wore a plastic guzzler cowboy hat on Wednesday to promote Cacti in Los Angeles

The interesting hat had two holsters to hold its agave-spiked seltzer with two clear straws attached for easy drinking.

Along with the eccentric hat, he wore an orange shirt, ripped jeans with sewn patches all over, and Nike Dunk Low SP sneakers in the Brazilian colorway.

He posed for some snaps of a friend, one of which was later posted to Instagram.

Drip: The interesting hat had two holsters to hold its agave-spiked seltzer with two clear straws attached for easy drinking

Drip: The interesting hat had two holsters to hold its agave-spiked seltzer with two clear straws attached for easy drinking

Drip: The interesting hat had two holsters to hold its agave-spiked seltzer with two clear straws attached for easy drinking

Show his style: in addition to the eccentric hat, he wore an orange shirt, ripped jeans with sewn patches all over and Nike Dunk Low SP sneakers in the Brazilian colorway

Show his style: in addition to the eccentric hat, he wore an orange shirt, ripped jeans with sewn patches all over and Nike Dunk Low SP sneakers in the Brazilian colorway

Show his style: in addition to the eccentric hat, he wore an orange shirt, ripped jeans with sewn patches all over and Nike Dunk Low SP sneakers in the Brazilian colorway

Travis – standing in front of a Cacti billboard – lightened his gulping cowboy hat in his caption, “A walking tailgate.”

The rapper – who shares three-year-old daughter Stormi Webster with Kylie Jenner – launched the hard seltzer line last week and it’s already been a resounding success.

Cacti reported on Wednesday that they outperformed the launch of large hard seltzers and achieved the highest first-week sales rate for a variety pack in Anheuser-Busch history.

Online stock of the product sold out within 12 hours, while retailers across the country reported stock sold out within 24 hours.

Travis has been very successful as he has also become one of the most famous rappers in the world as his fourth solo studio album, Utopia, will be released later this year.

'A walking tailgate': Travis - standing in front of a Cacti billboard - lightened his gulping cowboy hat in his caption

'A walking tailgate': Travis - standing in front of a Cacti billboard - lightened his gulping cowboy hat in his caption

‘A walking tailgate’: Travis – standing in front of a Cacti billboard – lightened his gulping cowboy hat in his caption

“ I never tell people this, and I’ll probably still keep it a secret, but I’m working with some new people and I’m just trying to expand the sound, ” Scott said in the interview with ID card interview last month about his upcoming record.

He continued, “There’s so much more ground I can cover, and I want to cover it, and I love the challenge of it.”

While he’s not yet to let his followers know exactly when Utopia will be available to the world, he noted that it would come “ soon. ”

“You bet,” he teased, revealing that he has become “much more productive” under quarantine.

Dynamic duo: Travis shares three-year-old daughter Stormi Webster with Kylie Jenner, as the on / off couple is pictured in February 2019

Dynamic duo: Travis shares three-year-old daughter Stormi Webster with Kylie Jenner, as the on / off couple is pictured in February 2019

Dynamic duo: Travis shares three-year-old daughter Stormi Webster with Kylie Jenner, as the on / off couple is pictured in February 2019

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