CLOSEPusha-T shuts down show in Drake's hometown after people rush stage

Rapper Pusha T took to Instagram to submit a video of him receiving an autographed jersey from long term Hall of Famer Allen Iverson.

Pusha-T, the rapper who notoriously beefed with Drake over the summer season, was once compelled to close down his sold-out Canadian show after a brawl broke out between concertgoers and his staff. 

Toronto police mentioned “numerous (people were) injured from a fight inside a concert hall” Tuesday night time after a gaggle of people “attacked performers.” Authorities and paramedics had been referred to as to the Danforth Music Hall, the place Pusha-T was once proceeding his Daytona Tour Part 2.

Fan footage displays the rapper, born Terrence LeVarr Thornton, appearing onstage prior to being hit with liquid and cups thrown from the target audience.

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That’s when a number of concertgoers tried to rush the stage, hopping over a barrier that separates the group from the rapper. The males didn’t make it to the stage and as an alternative clashed with individuals of Pusha-T’s staff, which unleashed a full-on brawl.

It’s value noting that Toronto is the hometown of Drake, who has an ongoing feud with Pusha-T.

Related: Drake responds to blackface controversy on Pusha T’s diss track in long-running feud

Pusha-T and Drake have exchanged photographs through the years, however the red meat was once renewed in May after Pusha-T accused Drake of the usage of a ghostwriter in his music “Infrared.” Drake replied with “Duppy Freestyle,” joking that the rapper owes Drake for helping revitalize his career. 

The “Daytona” rapper took the gloves off in follow-up observe “The Story of Adidon,” revealing Drake had a kid with a Canadian porn celebrity that he was once hiding.

“A baby’s involved, it’s deeper than rap / We talkin’ character, let me keep with the facts / You are hiding a child, let that boy come home / Deadbeat (expletive) playin’ border patrol.”

The duvet artwork for the diss observe was once an unearthed picture of Drake in blackface, including insult to damage. The “God’s Plan” rapper later said the picture was staged as statement at the battle black actors face.

Drake showed the fatherhood rumors on his June album, “Scorpion,” and slowly printed extra about his kid, gushing about his “beautiful son” on an episode of LeBron James’ new unscripted HBO series “The Shop.” 

Contributing: Maeve McDermott

Related: Kanye West apologizes to Drake for Pusha T drama in ‘Jedi level’ tweets


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