Pusha escaped injury - but not a soaking - when he was forced to leave his show at Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square when the brawl broke out. After playing several more songs, he also informed the crowd that he believed those who threw the beer were lackeys "paid" to do so - by the devious Drake.
Despite the perception, some reports claim Pusha did not get harmed after drinks and paint were thrown onto the stage during his set. There are varied reports about what exactly happened following that but as per concert goers, Pusha's security and the venue's security took the men down who tried to rush the stage and prevented them from touching Pusha. One video shows a man on the stage being repeatedly punched by a group of men while he is down on the ground.
Pusha T famously outed Drake as a father in one of his songs, The Story of Adidon. "Listen ... let me tell y'all something. You don't even know". Keep going in this b***h, ' he said, before continuing the concert.
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The fact the brawl occurred in Drake's hometown of Toronto did not escape many commentators. As of now, neither Pusha nor Drake has issued an official statement on the matter.
Pusha and Drake have been feuding for the better part of the past year, only coming to a seeming close with Pusha's "The Story of Adidon", in which he revealed Drake has a secret child.
When the concert finally took place last night, an incident led to Pusha T becoming a top trending topic on Twitter.