Travis Scott Talks Music & Fatherhood In New Netflix Documentary ‘Look Mom I Can Fly’
Travis Scott has had quite the year since the release of his album ‘Astroworld.’ He now follows it up with his August 28-due Netflix documentary, ‘Look Mom I Can Fly.’
While taking to Instagram, La Flame teased his forthcoming project with the streaming platform, revealing details for a Houston pop-up on Thursday (August 22), giving away advanced VHS copies of the doc.
Tons of fans flocked the pop-up, posting photos (of Travis’ mugshot, and him holding daughter Stormi Webster) and verbiage featured on the back panel of the VHS, which reads, “Join Travis Scott and the Ragers on a rollercoaster ride to Astrowold. Tape includes never before seen footage including the making of ‘Astroworld’ the album, early fatherhood, the founding of Cactus Jack the label, exclusive tour footage & much more.”
#Socialites are you excited for a documentary on Travis? Let us know in the comment section below, and scroll for more photos and videos of the pop-up!
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It’s Official!! @trvisXX just announced his pop up at 290 & 34th. Fans showed up within minutes. We’re about to see the surprise giveaway for #Houston fans. #khou11 🤫🤫 I know but am sworn to secrecy. #astroworld #TravisScott pic.twitter.com/hJbc5Tg5id
— Shern-Min Chow 🙋🏻 (@ShernMinKHOU) August 22, 2019
JUST IN: Travis Scott pop up event at the Movie Exchange. Security, water and shade are set up ready for a long line outside in the heat ☀️ Head over to 11200 Northwest Freeway to pick up your Travis Scott VHS tape! @abc13houston pic.twitter.com/x4VgDbQpjN
— Shelley Childers (@shelleyabc13) August 22, 2019
— KBXX 97.9 The Box (@979TheBox) August 22, 2019