(AllHipHop News) A man was stabbed multiple times after a brawl during rapper Pusha T's concert in Toronto, Canada earlier this week.
The 41-year-old was onstage at Danforth Music Hall when members of the crowd started throwing their drinks at him before they attempted to rush onto the stage and fought with Pusha's entourage and venue security.
The rapper, real name Terrence Thornton, had already made his way off stage before the battle broke out and police forced him to shut down the show early after the episode.
It was originally reported that three people had been taken to hospital over injuries sustained in the brawl.
But Constable David Hopkinson, a spokesperson for the Toronto Police Department, has revealed that a man wandered into a local hospital with "serious stab wounds."
After police officers investigated, they were "able to determine that this man received the stab wounds during the initial fight or one ensuing fights that occurred" at the concert.
It is not clear if he was stabbed inside or outside of the venue.
The man, who has not been named, remains in critical condition. Three others were treated at a hospital for minor injuries.
It is thought Pusha's feud with Toronto rapper Drake may have caused the fight.
"The investigators would be aware of whatever the feud is," Constable David Hopkinson said.