Rapper charged before for encouraging fans to rush the stage

Posted May 16, 2017

More recently, Scott encouraged a fan to jump from a third story balcony during a concert in NY.

Rapper Travis Scott was arrested after a concert in Arkansas with police accusing him of "inciting a riot" as the crowd rushed to the stage, injuring several people.

Things between Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott have reportedly been drama-free and full of "good vibes", with TMZ even describing their current relationship status as a "honeymoon stage".

Reps for Travis Scott had no comment on the rapper's recent arrest in Arkansas.

Scott has been under an increasing spotlight as he has been romantically linked to Kylie Jenner, a member of the Kardashian celebrity clan.

Kylie Jenner, who split from Tyga last month after almost three years of dating, has traveled with Travis Scott all over the country. In fact, it's serious enough they're not just partying together, but Kylie's actually met his family.

In fact, Travis, 25, has reportedly taken 19-year-old KJ back home to meet all his pals, with a source telling Us Weekly that they're "the real deal". And the two have decided to make things official by being spotted together on several occasions since their first appearance at Coachella in April. "He had apparently encouraged fans to "[bypass] security protocols" and approach the stage while he was performing. He had simply seen an open area in the general admission section and invited those who were seated to come up to get a closer view and a better concert experience. Scott has also been charge with disorderly conduct stemming from his Lollapalooza performance in 2015 when a stampede ensued when fans tried to rush the stage which injured many concert goers.