Pusha T claims Drake paid men to jump him in Toronto


 // Nov 21, 2018

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Pusha T may have gotten a taste of his own medicine Tuesday night (Nov. 20) after a group of audience members attempted to rush the stage during a performance in Toronto.

Earlier in the month, the G.O.O.D Music artist blamed a "corny ass tech dude" for the words "F—k Drake" appearing behind him on a giant screen. However, it turns out that was enough to reignite their feud once again despite Pusha clarifying the message didn't come from him. After all, when beef turns worldwide, it sets everyone up for dumb ish to happen.

In footage taken by members in the audience, it appears as though a group began throwing water and beer on stage at Pusha, with security soon getting involved to stop attendees from attacking the rapper on stage.

According to Pitchfork, a spokesperson for the Toronto Police Department confirmed they received a call reporting an assault that was taking place at the show. Three people believed to be involved in the incident were reportedly sent to the hospital for minor injuries.

While Pusha disappeared from the stage as the chaos ensued, he later returned to take subliminal shots at Drake and perform "I Don't Like." Cops eventually shut the concert down early as a result of the incident.

"Listen. Let me tell y'all something," he said, alleging Drizzy instigated the incident. "This n—a paid some n—s to throw beer n—a. What the f—k is that. Yall know where the f—k I'm from."

Whether or not the incident in Toronto was payback for Pusha's show at Camp Flog Gnaw remains to be seen. At the time of this report, Drake has not yet addressed the situation.

Take a look at footage from Pusha T's recent concert in Toronto, as well as see how fans are reacting, below.

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