Nov. 21 (UPI) -- Pusha T is blaming his rival Drake for a concert brawl which took place at the Danforth Music Hall in Drake's hometown of Toronto.
The incident on Tuesday involved multiple audience members throwing drinks onstage at Pusha T while he was performing. The audience members, as seen in video footage captured by others in attendance, then attempted to rush the stage before fighting with security guards.
Multiple fights were also reported to have taken place outside the venue. Six victims, including one man who is in critical condition from being stabbed, complained of injuries after the fight, Constable David Hopkinson of the Toronto Police Department confirmed to People magazine.
Pusha T returned to the stage after the scuffle and accused Drake of hiring men to disrupt his concert. A source close to Drake told Us Weekly that the rapper had nothing to do with the incident.
Pusha T and Drake's feud reached a boiling point in May when Pusha T released a diss track titled The Story of Adidon which revealed that Drake had fathered a child.
Drake later confirmed that he had a son on his fifth studio album Scorpion. The Story of Adidon was released after Drake's "Duppy Freestyle" diss track that featured lyrics against Kanye West. Pusha T is the president of West's G.O.O.D. music record label.