Travis Scott goes nuts during his live shows.
But he went a bit too nuts this summer during Lollapalooza in Chicago. La Flame was so in the moment that he started telling fans to disregard security and jump over the barriers. That caused a mini-stampede and led police to arrest him for inciting a riot.
Luckily only one concert goer was hurt, and her injuries were minor.
Which may be why the judge went easy on Scott when he pleaded guilty yesterday to a reckless conduct charge. The 23-year old got a year of "court supervision."
Court supervision is preferable to probation because upon completion of it the charge is dismissed and your record is cleared.
Check out video of the incident below: