Pusha T’s concert at the Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall was shut down last night after folks alleged to be Drake’s fans attacked him onstage.
From the clips making rounds on social media, Pusha T and his entourage are seen targeted with punches and drinks, prompting the event organisers to cancel the show after 20 minutes.
A post from Toronto Police Operations Centre confirms performers were attacked and numerous people were injured as a result of fighting inside the concert hall. It’s unclear if the hip-hop star and GOOD Music president was injured in the clash.
Also, the news channel CP 24 posted on Twitter that “three people taken to hospital with minor injuries after the fight took place at Danforth Music Hall. Officers said performers were “attacked by a group of people.”
This comes amid the heated beef involving Pusha and the Toronto rapper Drake.
According to Pitchfork, Pusha addressed the crowd and alleged that people were “paid” to throw beer at him.
See some of the videos below.
Rapper Pusha T was attacked on stage at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall tonight. He accused Drake of paying people to throw beer at him pic.twitter.com/tvf3Rb2Hss
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