Rapper arrested after Arkansas concert

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

Webster encouraged the crowd to rush the stage during the concert, which bypasses security protocol that is set up to ensure concert goers' safety, according to the Rogers Police Department. The crowd responded by following his directions - and injuring multiple people, including a security guard and a police office in the process. The injured people were treated at the scene, police said.

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

He faces charges of inciting a riot, endangering a minor and disorderly conduct, authorities said.

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Fans at the concert shared their experiences on social media, with most mocking the arrest charges.

Kylie Jenner must have a thing for bad boys.

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

He was also arrested back in 2015 after urging fans to rush the stage at Lollapalooza. The fan obliged and footage of the stunt went viral.

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