Watch Video: Pusha T Claims Drake Hired Goons To Rush His Stage In Toronto: Pusha T was out in Toronto on Tuesday night (November 20) at the Danforth Music Hall embarking on his Daytona visit. During the set, a gathering of instigators started to toss brew and water at King Push as he performed. After the attack of drink throwing, a few people endeavored to surge the stage. In film caught by show goers, Pusha T‘s security group can obviously be seen beating the stage rushers until they were compelled to withdraw. It gave the idea that they were trying to achieve Pusha, who withdrawn backstage.
— i am. (@Meauxses_) November 21, 2018
Wellllll a brawl broke out at the Pusha T concert, show ended after 40 minutes pic.twitter.com/9ij3Y8ipCg
— Richie Assaly (@rdassaly) November 21, 2018
After the security got the wannabe assaulters off the stage, the story turns out to be to some degree obfuscated. According to XXL, a few fans claim that Pusha T came back to the phase after the bedlam and took shots at Drake before performing “I Don’t Like” and “The Story of Adidon.” Other who were in participation are claiming the police came and close down the occasion somewhere in the range of ten minutes to forty minutes after the initial franticness.
Pusha T played his hits “I don’t like” right after that happened and said “HE PAID PEOPLE TO COME HERE. Don’t he know where I’m from?” Or some shit like that, MADNESS MARLON. FUCKING MADNESS
— #SOSNicaragua 🇳🇮 #SoyPicoRojo (@LaNicaPoetess) November 21, 2018
Pusha T has a message for Drake in Toronto after Drake’s goons try to jump Pusha T on stage 😱 pic.twitter.com/VjEu1Lwgrr
— True North Views (@TrueNorthViews) November 21, 2018
While some are reporting that cops closed down the show, videos from concert goers demonstrate otherwise. Obviously, Pusha T took shots at Drake, claiming that the Toronto native hired a gathering of agitators to cause a scene. He then finished out the sold out show.
Pusha T finishes out sold Toronto show. pic.twitter.com/DanQwU6uM3
— Karen Civil (@KarenCivil) November 21, 2018