Travis Scott has a debt known to disrupt the public order at a gig that the rapper in may last year gave in the little town of Rogers, in the U.s. state of Arkansas. That has his lawyer Doug Norwood told The Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. The two other charges, of incitement and endangering a child, are null and void.
The 25-year-old Scott was after his appearance in shackles being beaten, because he according to the police chaos caused by his fans flock to call in the direction of the stage. Thus fell a few wounded.
With two wounded, it was agreed that Scott them a compensation of more than 6800 dollar (5500 euro) pay. Also, the rapper’s court costs 640 dollars (520 euros).
The news comes a few days after the rapper father. His girlfriend Kylie Jenner gave birth last week of daughter Stormi.