More videos have emerged of Travis Scott whipping music festival crowds into a frenzy and ignoring fans in distress, including at the 2015 Lollapalooza performance in Chicago.
The rapper, who has a history of inciting concertgoers to ignore security and violently storm the stage, was charged over festivals in Arkansas in 2017 and in Chicago in 2015.
He was hit with charges of disorderly conduct after the Lollapalooza show in the Windy City that lasted just five minutes before being shut down when dozens of fans joined him on stage.
Video from the concert showed Scott yelling, “Everyone in a green shirt get the f–k back!” — referring to the security separating the crowd and the stage — and starting a chant of, “We want rage!”
Organizers cut his microphone after dozens of fans climbed onstage as he reportedly cursed at security guards amid the pandemonium.
Scott pleaded guilty to reckless conduct and was sentenced to one year of court supervision in connection with the 2015 incident, NBC Chicago reported.
Meanwhile, another video has emerged of the 30-year-old performer in 2016 at the Freaky Deaky festival outside Chicago, where he is seen acknowledging a potentially unconscious person before continuing the show.
“Woah, somebody’s passed out?” Scott shouts out before repeatedly asking, “He can’t survive?”
He addressed criticism that he continued with his performance as fans surged in the deadly stampede, and others yelled “stop the show.”
“Anytime I could make out, you know, anything that’s going on, you know I stop the show and, you know, help them get the help they need,” he said.
“I could just never imagine the severity of the situation,” the wincing rapper said on his Instagram story.