Pusha T's Show in Toronto Interrupted by Massive Stage Rush

Sergio Cunningham
November 21, 2018

Tuesday night marked Pusha T's inevitable return to Toronto, his first gig in the city since dropping DAYTONA back in May.

At the time, Drake fans warned that Pusha was not welcome in Toronto, but they seemed to get over it once the beef was chilled a bit.

Pusha T is now on his Daytona Tour and performed at Toronto's Danforth Music Hall on Tuesday. According to NBC News, police arrived at the scene and three people were hospitalized.

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While the G.O.O.D. Music President was performing the song 'M.F.T.R.', some people from the crowd threw water, beer and paint on stage. Police are not sure if he was involved in the brawl that broke out on stage. In the footage of the event, it doesn't look like anyone laid a hand on Pusha, but it's always hard to tell with these things. Paramedics took two of those people to hospital with minor injuries.

Toronto Police spokesman Katrina Arrogante says performers were attacked by numerous people in the audience. TMZ reports that someone was rushed to the hospital with serious, life-threatening stab wounds, though it's not clear yet whether this had anything to do with the fight at the show.

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