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Pusha T bumped into some gentle work throughout a Tuesday live performance in Toronto after some beer-throwing goons tried to place palms on him. The safety group on the venue promptly handed out fades because the present went on, and King Push alleged that his rival Drake was accountable.
During his set at Danforth Music Hall final night time (Nov. 20), Pusha was rocking onstage when beer and different gadgets acquired tossed and a crew of oldsters tried to bumrush the stage. With beautiful fades getting handed out, Pusha left the stage however got here again after some time to throw some pictures at Drizzy.
“Listen. Let me inform ya’ll one thing. This n***a paid some n*ggas to throw beer, n*gga. What the f*ck is that. Yall know the place the f*ck I’m from,” Pusha mentioned to the gang.
Pusha then continued rocking his set, going right into a rendition of Chief Keef’s “I Don’t Like” and “Infrared,” the latter of which is considered about Drake.
Some hypothesis is swirling about that the disturbance at Pusha’s Toronto live performance was in retaliation for the “F*ck Drake” signal that went up at Pusha’s Camp Flog Gnaw live performance, which the rapper claimed was the work of a stage technician and never himself.
It seems that no matter unhealthy blood exists between these two remains to be very a lot a factor.