Pusha T Calls Out False Promoter On Twitter, Swears He’d Never Charge For Meet And Greets

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Anyone who has spent more than thirty seconds listening to the music of Pusha T knows he’s not the type of person you want to mess with, especially when it comes to his business. Unfortunately, one promoter recently learned this lesson the hard way.

Pusha is currently touring the US in support of his new album, My Name Is My Name, and recently while performing in Orlando he learned that a man claiming to be a music promoter was selling tickets to fans ranging from $75-100 promising a meet and greet following the show. As you can imagine, Pusha was not happy about the news. He took to Twitter to explain the situation:

Pusha continued, telling fans that charging them to meet him would be petty.

Pusha T took particular offense to the scam because of his own personal history:

Pusha’s latest album, My Name Is My Name, is available wherever music is sold.

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