Pusha T has apparently felt the wrath of the 6 God.
The rapper’s concert was shut down in Toronto on Tuesday night after a group of audience members got out of control and tried to rush the stage — and he thinks the stunt was Drake’s doing.
The fan-recorded footage taken at Danforth Music Hall shows a group of rowdy concert-goers suddenly hurling beer, water, and seemingly even paint on the stage in attempt to hit the Daytona performer:
Apparently some Drake fans in Toronto weren’t fond of Pusha T performing there… pic.twitter.com/X5OFnGFANL
— KBXX 97.9 The Box (@979TheBox) November 21, 2018
Another video seems to show three of the hecklers trying to attack the 41-year-old on stage before they were stopped by security:
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Toronto Police received a call about an assault in progress on the rapper as the incident went down. Three people involved in the incident were reportedly injured and sent to the hospital.
Pusha left the stage after the alleged attack, but later returned to name the Toronto native who he believed was responsible for it. Claiming that Drake bought 200 tickets to his show and paid some people to cause a colorful ruckus, Pusha told the crowd:
“Listen. Let me tell ya’ll something. This n***a paid some n***as to throw beer n***a. What the f**k is that. Y’all know where the f**k I’m from.”
He’s from the Bronx, for those who don’t know. And, because he’s a true New Yorker, Drake’s alleged goons only fueled Pusha’s fire; he later performed renditions of I Don’t Like and Infrared, which were likely meant to be additional jabs at his rap rival.
Pusha and Drake have been embroiled in an epic feud for the past year, exchanging swipes via diss tracks, interviews, even stage designs. We thought their beef has since cooled off, but clearly it’s fermenting to new heights.
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