Pusha T's performance in Toronto, which was the first since his beef with rapper Drake started more than a decade ago, ended abruptly Tuesday after concertgoers broke out on stage at the Danforth Music Hall. Videos of the incident were shared online and police also arrived at the scene.

Pusha T, whose original name is Terrence LeVarr Thornton, reportedly blamed Drake for the brawl. While initial reports said Pusha T was attacked by those who jumped to the stage, the rapper later clarified to the Shade Room that he was unhurt in the altercation. Pusha T also said he continued his performance after the stage was cleared but police arrived and shut the event.

Some reports claimed that three people were taken to hospital with minor injuries following the incident. No arrests were made related to the altercation.

Videos circulated on social media show concertgoers throwing water and beer while Pusha T performed on stage. After the attack, Pusha T disappeared off stage briefly before coming back to perform "I Don't Like" and "The Story of Adidon" while blaming Drake for the disturbance, according to reports.

The latest incident comes days after Pusha T performed at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles with a "F--- Drake" graphic projected onto a giant screen behind him. The rapper later blamed a "corny a-- tech dude" for it.

"The Story of Adidon" is one of the diss tracks that Pusha T created for Drake during their feud. It was the same song in which Pusha T announced the existence of Drake’s “secret” child, heating up their public dispute.

Pusha T and Drake's feud began a few years ago with both the rappers dissing each other. However, tensions began to rise earlier this year when Pusha T released his new album "Daytona," which was produced entirely by Kanye West. On the album's closing track, "Infrared," Pusha continued to question Drake's lyrical abilities, hinting that he uses "ghostwriters" for his song.

"It was written like Nas but it came from Quentin," a line in the song stated, referring to Quentin Miller, a rapper who is believed to have been writing for Drake behind the scenes.

Drake also responded to the diss by reminding Pusha T that Kanye once called the "God's Plan" rapper to help write "Father Stretch My Hands" and "30 Hours" from West's "The Life of Pablo" album. He also hinted that he had some role in West's upcoming album as well.

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Rapper Pusha T performs during the debut of his residency at Drai's Beachclub - Nightclub at The Cromwell Las Vegas in Nevada, June 16, 2018. Getty Images/Ethan Miller

In September, three months after the feud in which West too got involved, he addressed the issue and apologized to Drake for the lyrics in Pusha T's songs. West apologized for “ghostwriter” references in Pusha T’s song “Infrared” produced by him, which began the dispute. He also apologized for any perception that he was the one who told Pusha T about Drake’s “secret” child.

While tensions between Pusha T and Drake continues, it remains unclear as to who was responsible for the altercation at Danforth Music Hall and what triggered the attack.