If you ever been to a Travis Scott show, then you know it can get pretty rowdy, especially, when he performs “Goosebumps.” Unfortunately, the Houston rapper-producer was arrested for inciting a riot during his concert in Rogers, Arkansas on Saturday (May 13).
According to TMZ, police weren’t happy with the “Antidote” rapper and how he directed his show. They arrested him soon after he exited the stage and reportedly charged him for inciting a riot, endangering welfare of a minor and disorderly conduct. Scott was eventually released on bail.
In the video above, you can see La Flame urging the crowd to sing “Goosebumps” repeatedly at least 14 times. With a flying drone hovering over and fans jumping into the crowd, it could get a little dangerous. Overall, it got pretty intense, but no one got hurt.
Scott has been previously arrested for causing a riot in Chicago in August 2015. Most recently, things got out of hand when a fan jumped from a third story balcony during his concert in New York. Video of the incident went viral on social media, and the fan did suffer multiple injuries, including a broken leg and fractured back. However, Scott, who didn’t get arrested for that incident, insisted that he didn’t encouraged the teen to jump.
Reps for Travis Scott had no comment on the rapper’s recent arrest in Arkansas.