Travis Scott sells over  million worth of merchandise while performing at London’s O2 Arena

Travis Scott sells over $1 million worth of merchandise while performing at London’s O2 Arena

Travis Scott ‘sells over $1 million in merchandise during his performances at London’s O2 Arena, breaking BTS’ previous UK sales record’

On August 6th and 7th he headlined at London’s O2 Arena.

And Travis Scott, 31, reportedly sold over $1 million worth of merchandise during his two appearances on The Big Smoke, breaking BTS’ previous UK sales record.

Hoodies designed specifically for the rapper’s London shows went for $100 to $125, shirts ranged from $45 to $75, and hats sold for $45 apiece.

Cha-ching! Travis Scott, 31, reportedly sold over $1 million worth of merchandise during his two appearances on The Big Smoke, breaking BTS’ previous sales record in the UK

A source told TMZ that Travis sold more than $1 million worth of merchandise at his weekend concerts in London, setting a record for a UK artist.

The insider also revealed to the publication that the rapper is the only artist to sell at least $1million in merchandise in the UK

They claimed that BTS sold close to $1 million worth of merchandise during their Love Yourself World Tour UK dates at London’s O2 on October 9 and 10, 2018.

Web has reached out to Travis Scott’s reps for comment.

Cash in with merch!  Hoodies specially designed for the rapper's London shows range in price from $100 to $125

Cash in with merch! Hoodies specially designed for the rapper’s London shows range in price from $100 to $125

dolla dolla!  T-shirts ranged from $45 to $75 Merch: Hats sold for $45 each

dolla dolla! T-shirts ranged from $45 to $75 and hats sold for $45 each

beaten!  The insider claimed BTS sold close to $1 million worth of merchandise during their Love Yourself World Tour UK dates at London's O2 in October 2018 (pictured backstage).

beaten! The insider claimed BTS sold close to $1 million worth of merchandise during their Love Yourself World Tour UK dates at London’s O2 in October 2018 (pictured backstage).

Travis Scott’s London O2 appearances marked his first London arena show after a fatal stampede killed 10 people at his Astroworld festival appearance last year.

His last concert was not without incident when a spectator threw a heavy object onto the stage, but Travis missed.

Travis seemed irritated by the disruption to his set, but he kept rapping and refused to let the disruption knock him off his horse.

Support: The rapper was supported at the gigs by his girlfriend Kylie Jenner and their daughter Stormi.  The couple also have a son together, Wolf, whom they welcomed this February

Support: The rapper was supported at the gigs by his girlfriend Kylie Jenner and their daughter Stormi. The couple also have a son together, Wolf, whom they welcomed this February

The rapper was supported at the gigs by his girlfriend Kylie Jenner and their daughter Stormi. The couple also have a son together, Wolf, whom they welcomed this February.

In November, while Kylie was pregnant with her son, she attended Travis’ Astroworld festival concert, which resulted in a fatal collision of bodies.

The death toll from the tragic incident rose to 10 when a nine-year-old boy named Ezra Blount succumbed to his injuries.

Travis largely retired from the spotlight after Astroworld, and plans for him to perform at Coachella this year were scrapped.