Travis Scott has had some lavish birthdays and while the global pandemic might have put a dampener on his party plans this year, it didn't stop him from splashing out.

The "Sicko Mode" rapper celebrated his 28th birthday with his crew and a slick, black Bugatti Chiron (above) estimated to fetch a jaw-dropping $3 million. That's a whole lot more expensive than the $280,000 Lamborghini Kylie Jenner gifted him for his last birthday — although it's rumored that she might have also gifted him the Chiron, too.

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Of course, Bugatti is a famously expensive ride, but they're also massively costly to maintain; an oil change alone reportedly costs $20,000 to $25,000 according to motor1.com.

However, its impressive specs make it worth the hefty price tag, for those who can afford it. The successor to Bugatti's Veyron can climb 0 to 100km/h in less than 2.5 seconds, a formidable max speed of 420km/h, and a total power output of 1,500hp.

It's not the first we've seen Scott in a Chiron. In his “GATTI” video clip with the late Pop Smoke, which dropped last year, Scott raps "It cost me three for the keys (Keys)/ Not the work but the V" referring to the model's $3 million base price. 

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