AceShowbiz - Pusha T will never hesitate to help his fans. A day after Pusha performed at The Pageant in St. Louis, the "If You Know You Know" rapper took to his Twitter account to respond to one fan who shared a surprising anecdote from the show.
On the blue bird app, user @endeylive shared his unusual experience attending Pusha's concert. "I lost my prosthetic leg at your stl show," the user tweet while tagging the rapper. Despite that, the fan noted that he "still had fun tho."
Pusha caught wind of the fan's tweet and called for fans' help to find the leg. "We gotta find that man...," the "Misfit Toys" rhymer responded. "if you were at the STL show and know where my guy's prosthetic leg is…pls hand it over."
A fan apparently saw the prosthetic leg. Replying to Pusha's tweet, the person wrote alongside a picture of it lying on the ground, "I got a picture last night it was in the bathroom."
Some others, meanwhile, trolled the fan. "Imagine getting home and being all pumped from the show and you go to sit and smoke a J, hit your pocket for the lighter..look down, up,down once more and facepalm yourself muttering 'dammit Mitchell not again..,' " one person tweeted. Another tweet read, "Bro didn't lose car keys, wallet, or phone. He lost a walking aide, the clean up crew like…"
One person questioned, "How son get home with no leg." To that, @endeylive replied, "I hopped."
Meanwhile, Pusha is currently embarking on his "It's Almost Dry" tour in support of his latest album of the same name. The trek kicked off mid-September in Rochester, New York, and will include stops in Milwaukee, Phoenix, Houston and Boston.
Recently, the hip-hop star suggested he was working on the follow-up to the album, which was released back in April. "I'm working on an extremely special project to me right now which I am not going to get into," Pusha said during a Q&A session for Spotify.
He continued, "It's just all about music and staying competitive and just showing that there is a space for what it is that I do in hip-hop … and that what I do in hip-hop is the most credible space and takes the most talent … and is just … the realest."