Travis Scott Was Reportedly Arrested For Inciting A Riot At His Last Concert

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05.14.17

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The Travis Scott live show is starting to become legendary. LaFlame has already built up a reputation for raucous performances and even rowdier crowds, but now the outlandish and even dangerous experiences at his shows are starting to become routine, probably just like his fans like it. A few weeks ago Travis came under a little hot water for encouraging concert-goers to leap off of a balcony at his New York show, and when they obliged him he treated one of them to a ring right off his finger.

It was all a part of the rage, and seemed right in line with normal Travis Scott concert activities like fighting fans, twice and his shows have been so rowdy he’s been arrested for inciting a riot. Now, he’s done it a second time. According to TMZ, Scott was met by police the moment he walked off stage at his show in Arkansas Saturday night and charged with disorderly conduct, endangering the welfare of a minor, and inciting a riot. He was eventually released without bail later in the evening.

Travis seemed aware of the circumstances, as he announced “Fire Marshall, I’d like to thank ya’ll for letting me do my show, security, thank you for your help, Arkansas thank you for being one of my best crowds, I love you, all I want is peace and love,” during the show.

All things considered, Kendrick Lamar seems to have picked the perfect person to open up for him on The DAMN. Tour this summer.

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