Pusha T's Show in Toronto Interrupted by Massive Stage Rush

Pusha T's Show in Toronto Interrupted by Massive Stage Rush

Pusha T's Show in Toronto Interrupted by Massive Stage Rush

The show was cut short after heckling escalated into an eventual on-stage altercation.

Pusha, who hails from the Bronx, performed a sold-out show at Toronto's Danforth Music Hall, but the night was interrupted by members of the audience who began throwing drinks at the rapper, a situation that quickly escalated into a brawl onstage.

To paraphrase Smokey from Friday, you gotta be stupid to try and rush a rapper on stage. Sources say some patrons started scampering for the exit while others looked on in dismay.

"Lots of people sort of fled out of the venue". Enraged and obviously upset, the GOOD Music President paused the show and walked around stage. According to Billboard, he was about 20 minutes into the set when some people in the crowd caused a disruption. Police determined he had been stabbed at the concert "in either the initial fight or another fight that may have occurred afterwards". The three injured people were taken to a local hospital for treatment.

"A large part of our focus must be these serious stab wounds that this man received in either the initial fight or another fight that may have occurred afterwards", he added.

Officers and members of the forensic identification unit are now on scene collecting evidence.

"We have our detectives that are poring over videos and testimonies from witnesses".

"He's in bad shape", said Const. David Hopkinson. However, at a Pusha T concert last week the words "F- Drake" were projected onto a screen as he performed, although Pusha later claimed the projection was made by a stagehand without his prior knowledge.

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