Pusha T Attacked During Toronto Concert - & He Thinks They Were Drake’s Goons!

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Four people were injured, one of them seriously, after a fight broke out a Pusha T's concert at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto on Tuesday night, according to the Toronto Star and other news reports.

Videos shared online show members of the crowd throwing drinks at the stage before a scuffle breaks out. Three people were transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after getting trampled by the mob.

Rapper Pusha T was attacked on stage at Toronto's Danforth Music Hall tonight.

A spokesperson for the Toronto Police Department confirmed to Pitchfork that they received a call for an assault in progress at the event with reports that performers at the venue were attacked onstage "by a number of people". Investigators then determined that he was stabbed at the concert.

Sometime later, a man walked into a local hospital suffering from serious stab wounds.

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Despite the feud between Pusha T and Drake being publicly put to bed, there's still apparently quite a bit of animosity lingering around.

Pusha eventually performed "Infrared", a song that makes reference to Drake's alleged use of a ghost writer.

In October, Pusha revealed Drake's pal Noah "40" Shebib played a key role in having ammunition for his "Story of Adidon" diss song.

Drake was quick to respond this time and released "Duppy Freestyle", where, in the midst of all his disses, he mentions Virginia Williams, Pusha's longtime girlfriend.