It’s kind of expected that a fight might breakout at a rap concert. Sorry it’s just the unfortunate truth. Thankfully many artists have excellent security to at least keep them out of harms way. Such was the case for Pusha T while performing in Toronto on Tuesday night.
Not surprisingly the G.o.o.d Music artist wasn’t welcomed with open arms. What with it being Drake’s hometown and all, something was bound to go down.
While performing at the Danforth Music Hall for his first show since their now-infamous feud began, fans started throwing drinks at Pusha. The madness escalated quickly, with security stepping in to seemingly stop some assailants from jumping over a barrier. The angry fans were reportedly screaming about Drake when they started to attack. Pusha is now blaming Drake for the attack and there are rumors Drizzy purchased 200 tickets in order to create the brawl. The incident comes about a week after Pusha performed at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival with a “F–k Drake” graphic projected onto a giant screen behind him. He later blamed a “corny ass tech dude” for the blip.
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Fans fled a Lil Wayne concert in Atlanta after an apparent brawl broke out in the crowd. The rapper was only three songs into his set when the A3C festival erupted into chaos. The star was reportedly bundled off stage by security as concertgoers ran in terror. Some claimed to have heard gunshots, although reports of any shooting are unverified.
A$AP ROCKY FIGHT AT SXSW
A$AP Rocky’s late-night set at SXSW in 2012 ended abruptly after members of his crew fought with fans. The Harlem-bred rapper tried to brush off reports that his crew was the aggressor telling Fuse, “It was crazy, somebody started throwing cans and next thing I knew we jumped into the crowd to start moshing with them,” A$AP says, smiling. “Then they started spreading rumors that we f**ked people up. That was it. You heard it first. That’s what happened.” Sure … that’s what happened.