A fight arose on stage at the Pusha T concert in Toronto, Canada, on November 20! Unidentified men, whom Pusha accused of paying Drake, began throwing him drinks and the scene soon turned into a slap in the face.
Pusha T, 41, was not well received Drake & # 39; s Hometown of Toronto! The rapper, famous for revealing the then secret son of Drake Adonis on his track "The Story Of Adidon", he had a concert at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on November 20. Everything was excellent until Pusha arrived at a verse about "water" and a pandemonium was produced. Those who attended the unidentified concerts started spraying the stage with water or alcohol, and even threw plastic bottles in the direction of Pusha! He left the scene unscathed, but several men jumped off the barricade to participate in an all-out fight with Pusha's entourage. The slap was twisted, and the Toronto Police Operations Center confirmed on Facebook that "numerous people [were] injured from a fight inside a concert hall in the area "and" performers [were] Attacked by a group of people.
Pusha was anything but subtle in blaming who was the alleged mastermind of the assault: Drake! After the fight broke, the president of G.O.O.D. The music resumed the stage to interpret "Infrared", another song that presents astute dissimulations of its Canadian rival. He then claimed that Drake "paid" the concertgoers to throw beer at him, as can be seen in the second video below, and the police arrived shortly after. The concert was canceled and eyewitnesses soon took Twitter to describe their wild night.
"3 boys took the stage and tried to jump Pusha T", Twitter user @ 95_TIL_INFINITE reclaimed. "The boys of Pusha quickly stopped and beat those boys and then, while the boys tried to hurry, Pusha ran away, they were also beaten by the crowd." 10 minutes later, the police arrived and stopped the show. assistant explained Pusha's message to Drake after the attempted assault of the unknown men, tweeting who said "'HE PAID THE PEOPLE WHO COME HERE Do not you know where I am from?" Or someone will like that. "
The fight followed another controversial Pusha concert at Camp Flog Gnaw in Los Angeles, California, on November 10. "F *** Drake" appeared on the visual screen behind the record producer during his presentation! He immediately blamed the shocking call of a worker behind the scenes. "Corny, a friend of technology **, with my screens in @CampFlogGnaw, I speak for myself and you all know how I make my statements!" tweeted After the festival "Discouraging anyone on the screen is not part of my show". No, Pusha only casts a shadow on the stage, as he demonstrated tonight!