AceShowbiz - More people were apparently injured during the altercation at Pusha T's show at the Danforth Music Hall in Toronto earlier this week. While initial report suggested that three people were hospitalized with minor injuries, it has now been reported that six people were injured in total and at least one person was seriously injured.
According to report, the unidentified man walked into a nearby hospital by himself with serious stab wounds. Investigators then determined that he was stabbed at the concert "in either the initial fight or another fight that may have occurred afterward." Const. David Hopkinson said the patient who was stabbed remains in critical condition, noting, "He's in bad shape."
Meanwhile, two other people were treated for less serious injuries as three people declined to receive any medical treatment for their injuries. Hopkinson said progress has been made in the investigation, but he was not aware of any arrests as of Wednesday afternoon, November 21.
Fight broke out at 10 P.M., after people started throwing beer and cups at Pusha when he was singing about getting soaked. Several concertgoers then attempted to rush the stage, jumping over the barrier that separated the crowd from the rapper. Fortunately, they didn't make it to the rapper and clashed with members of his team instead, launching into a full-on brawl.
Pusha was taken offstage but soon returned after the stage had been cleared, performing "I Don't Like" and "The Story of Adidon". During the performance, he took time to address the brawl and blamed his longtime nemesis Drake for the disturbance. He accused the "God's Plan" hitmaker of paying people to cause a scene at his show. Police later decided to pull the plug and end the concert early.
A representative for Drake declined to comment on his alleged involvement in the brawl.