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Rapper Travis Scott arrested in northwest Arkansas


Travis Scott was arrested on Saturday night following a concert in Arkansas, accused of "inciting a riot", according to TMZ.

A security guard and a member of the police department were injured, along with several others after the crowd rushed the stage.

Officers met Scott and arrested him as soon as he got on stage and took him into custody.

Scott, whose real name is Jacques Webster, faces charges of inciting a riot, disorderly conduct and endangering the welfare of a minor, according to a Facebook post by the Rogers Police Department. He was released later that night without bail and will have to return to Arkansas at a later date for a court hearing.

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"Guess the cops can't handle the rage like some of us can", one wrote.

His reported girlfriend, Kylie Jenner, was not at the show.

And weeks ago, the rapper assured a fan at a NY concert that the people in the pit would catch him, if he jumped from a third story balcony. Fans are standing behind him as hashtag #FreeTravisScott is now trending on social media.

Jenner, who is now at her home in Los Angeles, was not at the concert.

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