Travis Scott is turning his recent arrest into a quick, money-making endeavor. For 48 hours, the notoriously wild rapper is selling T-shirts with his mug shot slapped across the front of them that read “Free The Rage” on the back. They are currently available on Scott’s website for $45.
Scott spent 12 minutes in an Arkansas jail last Saturday (May 13) for “inciting a riot, endangering the welfare of a minor and disorderly conduct” after his concert in the city of Rogers.
This is at least the third time he’s been accused of riling up his fans. Last month, during the New York City stop on his Bird’s Eye View Tour, he encouraged a few to jump from a second-story balcony, and in 2015, police cut his Lollapalooza set short when he encouraged the audience to rush the stage.
Earlier this week, the Houston-bred artist released three new tracks, confirmed a collaborative album with Migos rapper Quavo and performed the popular single “goosebumps” a record-breaking 14 times at another recent concert.