Three Hospitalized After Pusha-T Show in Toronto Erupts Into Onstage Brawl
The rapper was unharmed in the incident. After returning to the stage, he said that people had been "paid" to disrupt the event.
Three people were hospitalized with non-life threatening injuries last night after a Pusha-T concert at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto suddenly erupted into a brawl. Fan-shot footage from the event appears to show drinks being thrown onstage during the performance before a handful of audience members attempt to rush the stage.
Push went backstage while security tried to handle the matter, but he returned soon after to perform "Infrared," on which he takes subliminal shots at Toronto superstar and verbal sparring partner Drake. A separate video shows Push saying that someone "paid" people to "throw beer" at him. He also played "I Don't Like" and "The Story of Adidon"—the song that started his summer altercation with Drake—before the show closed.
Noisey has reached out to representatives for Pusha-T for comment. We'll update this piece if and when we hear back.
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