Travis Scott Breaks Last Week’s “goosebumps” Record & Pleads Not Guilty To Riot Charges

by Malachi Weaver

Just last week Travis Scott broke a record by performing his song “goosebumps” 14 times in one night, but it seems that was not enough.

Last night (May 21), Scott broke his own record by performing “goosebumps” 15 times in Oklahoma City. Scott tweeted afterwards “GOOSEBUMPS GOT PERFORM 15 TIMES. I LEFT MY CLOTHES FOR ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME.”

The record was previously held by Kanye West and Jay-Z, who performed “N**as in Paris” 12 times at a show in Paris.

Scott is also in the news for pleading guilty to charges also related to his concerts. After a show in Arkansas earlier this month, Scott was arrested for inciting a riot, endangering the welfare of a minor, and disorderly conduct. Reportedly several people were injured, including a security guard and a cop. Scott was released without bail shortly after.

Scott’s attorney Drew Ledbetter told the Democrat Gazette that “Travis Scott had no criminal intent,” and that “he only intended to put on a good show.” Ledbetter also told the Gazette that he waived Scott’s arraignment and responded to the charges, all misdemeanors, as not guilty.

Watch Scott’s record-breaking performance below.

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