The 23 year-old rapper played to a sold-out show in Dallas's House of Blues just hours after leaving jail in connection with a charge of inciting a riot.
Rapper Tyler The Creator found himself behind bars on Saturday (March 15th), after getting arrested at Austin-Bergstrom Airport.
The 23 year-old was facing a misdemeanour charge of inciting a riot at the South by Southwest festival this past Thursday (March 13th).
But just hours after being released from jail by posting $25,000 bail, Tyler, a.k.a. Tyler Gregory Okonma, returned to stage in Dallas and performed to a sold-out crowd, the Associated Press notes.
The Odd Future rapper's show was at the House of Blues.
"OMG DALLAS WAS GREAT!" he tweeted after the show. "SORRY IT WAS KINDA SHORT MY ASTHMA WAS FUCKING UP BUT SERIOUSLY THANKS I LOVE YOU NOT IN A SEX WAY BUT A HAPPY WAY."
Tyler allegedly incited the riot after urging eager concertgoers to push past an Austin,Tx., venue's employees even though it was already at capacity.
A chant of "push, push, push" then commenced as the fans became more and more impatient, which could have caused serious injury to the attendee's as well as damage to the venue.
"Specifically, the subject encouraged a large crowd on more than one occasion to force themselves past venue employees controlling access at the venue which was already at full capacity," read a statement from authorities.
TMZ obtained a video, released by Austin police, of the incident, which clearly shows Tyler telling the crowd "just run in right now... f**king do it, let's go."
The 'Yonkers' rapper was expected to play another show at the same venue the following day, but due to his troubles with the authorities, and to what he has been accused of, Tyler decided not to appear.
"I DONT WANT TO CAUSE ANY TROUBLE, SOME ARE MAKING ME OUT TO BE A BAD GUY, SO IM NOT DOING ANY SHOWS TONIGHT," he tweeted on March 14th (Fri). "BE SAFE HAVE FUN ASSHOLES!"
Watch footage of Tyler inciting the riot below