Rapper Pusha T moved to Instagram to post a video of him receiving an autographed shirt from future Hall of Famer Allen Iverson.

Pusha-T, the rapper who notoriously faced Drake during the summer, was forced to close his exhausted Canadian show after a fight broke out between the concertgoers and his team.

Toronto police said "numerous (people) were injured by a fight inside a concert hall" on Tuesday night after a group of people "attacked the artists." Authorities and paramedics were called to the Danforth Music Hall, where Pusha-T was continuing its Daytona Tour Part 2.

Fan images It shows the rapper, born Terrence LeVarr Thornton, performing on stage before being hit with liquid and cups thrown by the audience.

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It was then when several assistants to the concert tried to run for the scene, jumping on a barrier that separates the crowd from the rapper. The men did not arrive on stage and, instead, they clashed with members of the Pusha-T team, which sparked a total fight.

It is worth noting that Toronto is the hometown of Drake, who has an ongoing dispute with Pusha-T.

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Pusha-T and Drake have exchanged shots over the years, but the calf was renewed in May, after Pusha-T accused Drake of using a ghostwriter in his song "Infrared." Drake responded with "Duppy Freestyle," joking that the rapper owes Drake for helping to revitalize his career.

The "Daytona" rapper took off his gloves on the track "The Story of Adidon", revealing that Drake had a son with a Canadian porn star who was hiding.

"A baby is involved, it's deeper than rap / We talk character, let me continue with the facts / You're hiding a child, let that boy come home / Deadbeat (expletive) playing the border patrol".

The cover of the diss track was an unearthed photo of Draco on black face, adding insult to the injury. The rapper of "God's Plan" later said that the image was represented as a commentary on the struggle faced by black actors.

Drake confirmed the rumors about fatherhood on his June album, "Scorpion," and gradually revealed more about his son, and got excited about his "beautiful son" in an episode of LeBron's new unscripted HBO series. James, "The Shop".

Contributing: Maeve McDermott

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