Travis Scott brings back Mac Attack.
Page Six Style may privately reveal that the “Sicko Mode” rapper is working with renowned tennis pro John McEnroe to design a new sneaker for Nike.
“He’s working on new Mac Attack sneakers,” a source tells us. “The collaboration is definitely happening.”
We’ve heard that McEnroe spent “hours” with Scott, who came to the meeting wearing the now-viral handcuffed “Utopia” briefcase and a “mysterious” custom Nike tracksuit that was part of the promotion for his upcoming album.
Representatives of Scott, McEnroe, and Nike did not immediately respond to Page Six Style’s requests for comment.
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McEnroe and Nike, 64, launched the first Mac Attack shoe in 1984.
Meanwhile, Scott, 32, has been photographed multiple times over the past few weeks with his bodyguard, who always keeps the bag in question handcuffed to his wrist. We were told that the “Butterfly Effect” rapper plans to continue his “crazy breakout” with more “disruptive” events.
“Travis has been on tour all week,” says our source, noting that the Grammy-nominated performer played his upcoming album for Kevin Durant and Tom Brady.
“I also loved listening to and learning from @travisscott’s incredible journey and I was literally amazed at his incredible achievements as a musician, entrepreneur, creative visionary and artist great guy.),” Brady captioned a photo on Instagram last week. Wrote.
Durante shared on his podcast that Scott told him “Utopia” would be “f-king crazy”.
We also heard that Scott starred in LeBron James’ new project before a Los Angeles Lakers game.
“Utopia” is expected to hit theaters in June.
There’s no word on when the Houston native’s collaboration with McEnroe will hit the shelves.