Pusha T's Toronto Show Shut Down After On-Stage Fight Breaks Out

Toronto, Canada – Pusha T was in the middle of performing at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall on Tuesday (November 20) when a few emboldened audience members began throwing beer, paint and water at him. They then rushed the stage in what looked like an attempt to jump the G.O.O.D. Music president.

It didn’t take long for King Push‘s security detail to intercept whatever nefarious plans they possibly had in mind.

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Apparently there was an attempted attack on Pusha T while on stage during his show in Toronto Via @6ixbuzztv. 😳😳😳

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Despite the melee, concertgoers say that didn’t stop Pusha from making his way back to the stage. Upon his return, fans concluded the DAYTONA MC was blaming Drake for the beer-throwing and failed attempt to put hands on him.

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Pusha T (@kingpush) has a message for Drake (@champagnepapi) after his attempt to get his goons to jump Push #DaytonaTour

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He followed up with a performance of “I Don’t Like” — a potential swipe at Toronto’s hometown hero Drake.

Eventually, Pusha’s show was cut short and shut down by police.

The incident follows Pusha T’s recent Camp Flog Gnaw set where a tech personnel allegedly projected the words “Fuck Drake” on the screen during his performance without his knowledge.

Check out the tweets from a few attendees who witnessed everything go down below.



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