Rick Ross attacked after concert in Vancouver

Rick Ross was attacked in Vancouver, Canada yesterday, June 30, shortly after his show in the city.

The altercation followed Ross' performance at the Ignite Music Festival in Vancouver on Sunday. After his set around 10:30 p.m., the rapper stepped offstage into a crowded area and began a heated argument with several men, closing his set with Kendrick Lamar's “Not Like Us.” Started by choosing to do.

A group of about 15 men approached Ross, forming a human barrier to prevent him and his crew from moving. TMZ has obtained video footage that appears to show the tense verbal exchange escalating into violence. A man is seen throwing a punch at Ross, causing liquid from his drink to fly into the air, although it is unclear if Ross was hit in the face.

Chaos ensued as the two groups clashed, with several men brutally kicking and beating one individual. The fight eventually broke up, with all sides going their separate ways.

Details about the incident remain unclear, including what led to the attack and whether there were any injuries or arrests. Specifically, Drake, known as “ChampagnePappy,” liked a social media post about the attack on Ross, adding his own witty commentary on the situation.

Rick Ross attacked after concert in Vancouver

Watch a video from the scene below:

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