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Yesterday was Travis Scott's birthday, so naturally, his friends and family showered him with various gifts including a giant billboard. Jonah Hill, for one, gave Travis an absolutely hilarious present in the form of a birthday cake with his (Jonah's) face on it.

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Not to be outdone by one of his friends, Kylie Jenner had another standout cake made for Scott's big day, as the dessert mimicked his Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack” collab. Kylie presented Travis with the cake at his birthday party last night, which centered around his much-hyped Jordan Brand sneaker collaboration. The cake featured a huge design of Scott's Air Jordan 1, set on a platform that resembled the packaging the sneaker comes in. In addition, a figurine of his daughter Stormi was positioned crawling up the laces.

Scott's birthday party was also outfitted with custom Cactus Jack Fanta bottles, a Hennessey Slushie machine, and a tattoo artist.

Those hoping to cop the rapper's reverse-Swoosh Air Jordan 1 “Cactus Jack” will have a chance when the sneaker releases on May 11. Find out how to land a pair here.

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