Kylie Jenner’s Rumored Beau Arrested Following Arkansas Concert Riot
Kylie Jenner’s rumored boyfriend Travis Scott made headlines once again after being arrested for allegedly starting a riot, endangering a minor and disorderly conduct after performing at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion in Rogers, Ark. on Saturday.
According to the Daily Mail, the rapper was removed from the stage by police in handcuffs after ending his show.
The rapper, who is consistently in the news not because of his music but the troubles and controversies surrounding his performances, was released without bail later in the evening, around 11:30 p.m. Once the date of the court hearing is set, he is expected head back to Arkansas for it.
According to n report by TMZ, the Rogers Police Department said in a statement that Jenner’s beau encouraged the crowd to rush to the stage during his show, ignoring security protocol. Apparently, a couple of people have been injured because of the incident, including a police and security guard.
Sources close to Scott, on the other hand, belied the allegation saying that Travis merely invited seated concertgoers to move forward to available space toward the front of the venue. The sources said that Scott did not intend to endangering anyone.
While avid fans of Scott may buy this alibi, the rapper’s history would be against him since these kinds of happenings appear to be the norm rather than the exception at Scott’s shows.
Just recently, Scott once again made news because he urged a fan to jump from a third story balcony during a show in New York. The fan was rushed to the hospital with severe injuries.
Moreover, Scott was arrested for the same charges in 2015 when he urged a huge crowd to cross security barricades and rush toward the stage at Lollapalooza in Chicago.