Published: Wed, November 21, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

One person critically injured after brawl at Pusha T concert in Toronto

One person critically injured after brawl at Pusha T concert in Toronto

Pusha-T's concert in Toronto on Tuesday night was cut short after a group of men rushed the stage in an apparent attempt to jump the rapper.

Speaking to Pitchfork, a Toronto Police Department spokesperson confirmed that they received a call of an assault in progress at the venue and that performers were attacked by a number of people.

Police declined to say whether Pusha T himself was on stage when the fight broke out.

The 41-year-old NY artist returned to the stage a short time later to attempt to resurrect the set, however police reportedly arrived and ordered the show be shut down entirely.

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While the G.O.O.D. Music President was performing the song 'M.F.T.R.', some people from the crowd threw water, beer and paint on stage.

No one has been taken into custody at this point.

Pusha T's swapping of diss tracks with Toronto's own Drake made headlines this past spring.

Pusha also accused Drake of using ghostwriters in a song on his album Daytona. Pusha departed the stage and eventually returned to perform "Infrared"-a track that features subliminal shots at Drake".

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