A brawl that broke out at a Pusha-T concert in Toronto, Canada, Tuesday left three people hospitalized, in an incident the rapper is blaming on Drake, who is well-known to be a rival of his.
According to NBC News, Pusha-T was performing at a concert at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto — Drake’s hometown — Tuesday night, when concertgoers started to throw liquid onto the stage.
Multiple videos shared online show people on stage appearing to attack someone, though it is unclear who, but Pusha-T took the Twitter that night to clarify it wasn’t him, writing: “Don’t spread these lies!!! Thats not Pusha -T getting punished on stage…”
Don’t spread these lies!!! Thats not Pusha -T getting punished on stage…? https://t.co/NfLX1Genwc
— King Push (@PUSHA_T) November 21, 2018
It is currently unclear exactly how the fight broke out, though videos show Pusha-T returning to the stage to blame Drake for the incident, claiming the singer paid people to rush the stage. “This n—a paid some n—-s to throw beer, n—a,” Pusha-T says, referencing Drake, in the video below:
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 Podcast ? (@TrueNorthViews) November 21, 2018
Toronto Police Service spokesperson Katrina Arrogante told NBC News that police were called to the scene around 10 p.m. ET. There were approximately 1,400 people in attendance at the concert, with a few injured and three people hospitalized for non-life-threatening injuries, according to Arrogante. She said that no arrests have been made at this time.
Representatives for Drake did not immediately respond to TheWrap’s request for comments. A rep for Pusha-T had no comment. Requests for confirmation from Toronto Police Service were not immediately returned
See several videos from the concert below, in which the fight is evident and Pusha-T makes his claims Drake is responsible for the incident.
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 https://t.co/tvf3Rb2Hss
— NEWSTALK1010 (@NEWSTALK1010) November 21, 2018
— Nero (@JarrodRamos5) November 21, 2018