Houston-born rapper Travis Scott made an look at a Beto O'Rourke rally on the Texas metropolis's Bayland Park Community Center Sunday afternoon (Oct. 28).
Scott stood by the Democratic Senate candidate as he addressed the gang with a megaphone.
"You simply must exit, hit these polls … We want to only inform our friends, man, to love step out and vote," Scott advised those that confirmed as much as the occasion, encouraging them to unfold the phrase about voting within the midterm elections on Nov. 6. "We can change the world," he mentioned.
O'Rourke posed for an image with Scott and former NFL participant Arian Foster and posted it on Twitter.
"Houston's @trvisXX and @ArianFoster! Big due to each," O'Rourke wrote.
Check out their photograph and a video clip of Scott talking on the rally beneath.