In May of last year, Travis Scott was arrested for inciting a riot during a performance in Arkansas when he "encouraged people to rush the stage." Now, as TMZ reports, the charges have been dropped and the case thrown out of court.
The initial concert incident left several attendees injured, in addition to harming a police officer and a security guard. Just as serious as the charges that Scott incited a riot was one count of endangering a minor. Fortunately for La Flame, he was able to strike a deal tossing both charges out, instead pleading guilty to a count of disorderly conduct.
In other music news, it seems Drake has been busy filming a video for "God's Plan" at a high school. Get the scoop on that here.