Drake and Pusha-T’s beef leads to beer-throwing and an onstage brawl at a rap concert
Saturday - 24/11/2018 22:22
It looks as if the rap feud between Drake and Pusha-T is far from over with violent incidents occurring at a rap concert in Toronto.
Toronto did not welcome Pusha T with open arms.
While performing at the Danforth Music Hall for his first show in Drake‘s hometown since their now-infamous feud began, fans started throwing drinks at Pusha. The madness escalated quickly, with security stepping in to seemingly stop some assailants from jumping over a barrier, The Blast reported. The angry fans were reportedly screaming about Drake when they started to attack.
While performing in Toronto, @Pusha_T’s set was interrupted by audience members throwing beer and attempting to bum-rush the stage.
According to Complex, the drink-throwing brawl didn’t prevent Pusha from performing, and he ultimately came back on stage to perform two more songs: “I Don’t Like” and “The Story of Adidon,” all while blaming the Canadian rapper for the disturbance. The magazine also reported that there are rumours that Drake purchased 200 tickets in order to create the brawl.
The incident comes about a week after Pusha performed at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival with a “F**k Drake” graphic projected onto a giant screen behind him. He later blamed a “corny a** tech dude” for the blip.
Pusha and Drake’s beef reached an all-time high when Pusha revealed that Drake had a secret child that no one knew about.
This story originally appeared on NY Post and is republished with permission.