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G.O.O.D. Music president Pusha-T is going to need more than a few goons to shake him up. The hip-hop veteran has singled Drake out for allegedly paying people to try and attack him during his Toronto concert.

New footage has emerged of King Push low-key going at Drizzy after the incident went down.

“Listen, let me tell y’all something. This n*gga paid some n*ggas to throw beer, n*gga! F*ck is that? Y’all know where the f*ck I’m from? You don’t even know! Keep going in this b*tch!” F*ck that, no, gangsta sh*t!”

Last night, social media exploded with footage of men disrupting Pusha’s Daytona tour stop.

According to reports on social media, three men rushed the stage and tackled Pusha-T during his set at Danforth Music Hall. Pusha-T eventually returned to the stage to perform a few more songs, but security ultimately pulled the rapper off the stage and ended the concert early. Police and paramedics responded to the scene and three people were taken to a local hospital with minor injuries. (Consequence of Sound)

Despite the perception, some reports claim Pusha did not get harmed after drinks and paint were thrown onto the stage during his set.

Soon after, one attacker made his way onto the stage where security and members of Pusha T’s entourage quickly handled the perpetrator. The Clipse lyricist would return to the stage soon after to perform a few more songs before local police shut down the concert due to the attack and a few concert goes sustaining injuries. Pusha T was unharmed during the incident as seen in various fan captured videos posted quickly online. (Miss Info)

Recently, Pusha sparked controversy toward his rap rival and Toronto native Drake during a Camp Flog Gnaw performance in California.