Was it all a bad dream?
Or a good one, if you ask Pusha T?
The American rapper sent a US Thanksgiving message that he never mentioned a fierce fight at a Toronto concert on Thursday night.
Instead, the Bronx music artist thanked Toronto fans.
The gift that continues to give… # HappyThanksgiving. Thanks for a great show, Toronto wrote yayınlan rapper ler as an introduction to a video posted on Instagram.
The clip begins with the skyline of Toronto before the performance of the Danforth Music Hall and before it goes on stage. And the fans are cheering.
Everything underneath is the Infrared song of Pusha T, pushing for excavations in Toronto rapper Drake to use ghost writers.
There is a suggestion that Tuesday's fight is the result of Pusha T's long-standing disagreement with Drizzy, who has not yet responded to the public.
The performance of Pusha reached an early and violent conclusion, when people started throwing water and beer on the stage, with concerts and video caught in the video, causing a crack between social security and viral in the social media.
The police later said that they had fought both inside and outside and three people were wounded, and all three were sent to the hospital and two to refusing treatment.
Another person was in critical condition after being stabbed but was then left by his friends, so it is not known where and when.
The wages were not yet paid, but on Wednesday, Canadian comedy Shaun Majumder had to be postponed to Wednesday February 24th, as part of the so-called Hate tour, due to an "ongoing police investigation".