Audience Members Attacked Pusha T At His Concert In Toronto Last Night And Chaos Broke Out (VIDEO)
Three people are now hospitalized after audience members stormed the stage and tried to attack Pusha T.
Chaos broke out at Danforth Music Hall in Toronto's East end last night during a Pusha T concert. The American rapper, known for his longstanding beef with Drake, took the stage in front of 1,400 audience members. Things took a violent turn during Pusha T's "Infrared," in which the rapper takes shots at Drake.
In the video, concert-goers are seen throwing their drinks at Pusha T while he performs the song. Shortly afterwards, a group of audience members attempt to charge the stage, at which point a violent group fight breaks out on and just below the stage.
Rapper Pusha T was attacked on stage at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall tonight. He accused Drake of paying people to throw beer at him pic.twitter.com/tvf3Rb2Hss— NEWSTALK1010 (@NEWSTALK1010) November 21, 2018
But wait theres more! Pusha T comes back on stage in Toronto and performs Infrared. pic.twitter.com/KKYhFCV74e— True North Views (@TrueNorthViews) November 21, 2018
According to Pitchfork, Toronto Police allege that they received a call last night about an assault at the venue and that performers were attacked "by a number of people."
Emergency crews arrived on scene just after 10 PM and transported three people to the hospital. Police did not specify whether those injured were performers or fans, but the injuries are said to be non-life threatening.
Assault: Danforth Ave / Broadview Ave— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) November 21, 2018
- numerous ppl injured from a fight inside a concert hall in the area
- performers attacked by a group of ppl
-EMS/Police on scene
-closures: Broadview/Danforth to Playter Blvd#GO2140689
But, the story gets even more twisted. Allegedly, Pusha T told the crowd that audience members were "paid" to throw their drinks at him. Many people now speculate that those audience members were paid off by Drake himself.
One thing's clear - rappers that have beef with the 6ix god are seriously taking their chances by stepping on his home turf.