The ruckus began while Push was in the middle of a song, and some people began to throw paint, beer and other liquids, which made him flee. Then a group of men jumped over the front railing and tried to get at the rapper, but they were stopped cold by security and beaten down.
Push later returned to the stage and told the crowd how he viewed the attack.
“Listen, let me tell y’all something,” he began. “This n—- paid some n—- to throw beer, n—-. What the f— is that? Y’all know where the f— I’m from.”
According to Vibe, Pusha also accused Drake of buying 200 tickets to his show so people could attack him. Drizzy has kept quiet about all of this.
The accusation stems from the two rappers’ longtime feud and at this point it’s multilayered.
It actually started from Pusha T and Drake’s former boss Birdman having beef many years ago, which the Canadian rapper inherited.
From there, Drake and Push dissed each other in songs but things came to a head when the GOOD Music member dropped his diss song “The Story of Adidon” and revealed Drake’s secret lovechild.
Pusha also mocked Drizzy’s producer Noah “40” Shebib who suffers from Multiple Sclerosis in the song, prompting Drake to say during an interview with LeBron James that the Virginia MC should be punched in the face for it.
After footage of the melee surfaced, some thought that Pusha was one of the men who was beaten on stage, so he sent a tweet to clarify things.
“Don’t spread these lies,” he wrote. “That’s not Pusha T getting punished on stage.”
You can see the attack below.