Travis Scott Gifts Young Fan Who Survived Cancer Rare Action Figure

Travis Scott surprised a young fan who recently survived cancer for a second time by gifting him one of his rare McDonald's figurines.

Back in September, Jonah DeToro, who had been readmitted to the hospital after his cancer returned more aggressively despite successfully treating a brain tumor in 2019, tweeted a photo of himself enjoying one of the "TKN" rapper's McDonald meals while receiving cancer treatment — additional chemotherapy and a bone marrow transplant, according to his GoFundMe — at the Children's Hospital in Wisconsin.

"No better way to fight cancer than having a #TravisScottmeal on my birthday @trvisXX," Jonah captioned the photo.

Somehow, the tweet ended up on Travis' radar as he replied, "Ur my hero!!!! Anyway If I can make ur day better makes me happy !!! Imma try to get something up there to u kiddo."

Travis kept his promise, sending Jonah a special (and extremely rare) gift following his successful cancer treatment.

Hours after the 20-year-old tweeted that he'd survived cancer for a second time on Monday (November 9), tweeting, "Deuces 4 Ever @cancer #2xChamp," Jonah revealed that Travis sent him a Travis Scott McDonald's figurine.

"Thanks for the victory trophy @trvisXX @McDonalds," he captioned a photo of himself posing with the action figure that is worth upwards of $4,000 (resale price).

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