Rapper Travis Scott arrested after performance at Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion (AMP)

15 May, 2017, 01:49 | Author: Van Morton
  • Travis Scott's concert in Arkansas came to a rude ending when cops hauled him way for inciting a riot in Arkansas... TMZ has confirmed

Travis Scott was reportedly arrested after he performed a show in Rogers, Arkansas, Saturday night.

Several people were reportedly injured including an officer and an employee from the security company hired for the event. Law enforcement sources tell us he was booked for inciting a riot, endangering welfare of a minor and disorderly conduct.

Those injured were treated at Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas, police said. His Girlfriend, Kylie Jenner, Wasn't at the Show5.

According to TMZ, witnesses said that officers took the singer as soon as he left the stage.

He Was Released From Jail at 11:30 p.m. on Saturday Night2.

Travis Scott got things too lit at his show last night (May 13).

Scott was previously arrested for a similar incident in Chicago in August 2015, when he was charged with disorderly conduct after encouraging Lollapalooza attendees to climb over security barricades and storm the stage. Video of the incident went viral on social media, and the fan did suffer multiple injuries, including a broken leg and fractured back.



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