Pusha T Performs Live In Toronto (Drake’s Hometown)

Pusha T has been placing attention on his November 20 show in Toronto for weeks. Back in October, the Virginia-raised emcee bragged about selling out a venue in Drizzy’s hometown. When the concert finally took place last night, an incident led to Pusha T becoming a top trending topic on Twitter. Several people in the crowd apparently threw drinks at Push and security attacked the concertgoers.

Speculation began to circulate online that Pusha T was jumped by someone sent by Drake, but the Daytona album creator got on Twitter to dispel the rumors. He tweeted, “Don’t spread these lies!!! [That’s] not Pusha -T getting punished on stage.”

Footage from the night also showed that Pusha returned to face the audience. He reportedly closed out the concert by performing “Don’t Like.1” and “Infrared” which includes bars directed at his rival Drake.



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