Rapper Travis Scott arrested in northwest Arkansas

Travis Scott arrested

Houston rapper Travis Scott was arrested Saturday night, police in Arkansas said.

Video from the concert last night shows Travis Scott thanking the fire marshals and security before he heads off stage.

Keith Foster, Public Information Officer for the Rogers Police Department, confirmed to PEOPLE that Scott (né Jacques Webster) was arrested and charged with inciting a riot, disorderly conduct and endangering the welfare of a minor.

During the concert, police said Webster encouraged people to rush the stage and bypass the security protocols to ensure concert goer safety.

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Those injured were treated at Mercy Hospital Northwest Arkansas, police said.

Scott is a rapper, recording artist and producer.

But, it is important to note that this is not the first time he has been arrested for this type of offense. Most recently, things got out of hand when a fan jumped from a third story balcony during his concert in NY. Fans are standing behind him as hashtag #FreeTravisScott is now trending on social media.

Travis is now in the midst of his Birds Eye View World Tour. Scott and Jenner started dating shortly after her split with longtime boyfriend Tyga.

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