Police arrested Travis last May after the rapper “encouraged people to rush the stage” at the Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion, resulting in a police officer, security guard and fans sustaining injuries. La Flame’s lawyer, Drew Ledbetter, noted that “Travis Scott had no criminal intent, he only intended to put on a good show.”
Initially pleading not guilty to charges of inciting a riot at his Rogers, Arkansas show last year, the “Butterfly Effect” rapper’s court case has been dismissed after striking a plea deal. According to a report, Travis Scott ended up pleading guilty to disorderly conduct but the other charges of endangering the welfare of a minor and inciting a riot were tossed.
Travis will be surely celebrating his court case’s dismissal with Kylie Jenner and their new baby daughter.