Rapper Travis Scott made his long-awaited return to the stage last weekend. 

The artist's performance at London's O2 Arena was the first since the tragedy 

that killed at least 10 people during his concert at Astroworld Festival in November last year.

In his time in the UK, Travis surpassed a BTS mark related to merchandising sales during a concert. 

According to TMZ, the artist of the album "JACKBOYS" sold more than $ 1 million in exclusive products

such as shirts (between $ 45 and $ 75), sweatshirts (between $ 100 and $ 125) and caps ($ 45 each).

Scott's sales break a record that previously belonged to the South Korean K-pop

group, which sold just under $1 million worth of merchandise during the "Love Yourself World Tour" shows.