On the second day of Governors Ball, Pusha-T's fans outspokenly showed that they will stand by him during his feud with Drake.

Following a very public week of diss tracks and spats, Pusha-T proved he is a force to be reckoned with at the New York City-based music festival.

Pusha-T treated the Gov Ball crowd to his very first full performance of Daytona over a 45-minute set. Pusha played a healthy mix of old and new music, including "Grindin'," "Runaway," "Mercy," and Cruel Summer's remix of Chief Keef's "I Don't Like." The last song he played during his set was "Infrared." According to Billboard, the crowd began to enthusiastically chant "Fuck Drake" during "Infrared."

While this chant was not prompted by Pusha-T himself (he did not even bring up his beef with Drake once during the entire performance), he certainly did not do anything to stop it. The night before Pusha-T took the Governors Ball stage, Kanye West basically called off the Pusha/Drake feud via Twitter. He tweeted, "I’ve never been about beef. I’m about love. Lines were crossed and it’s not good for anyone. So this is dead now."

Pusha-T ended his set 15 minutes earlier than scheduled, but his DJ continued to play. According to Billboard, after his performance of "Infrared," the rapper said something into the mic that sounded a bit like "Why the fuck would you do that?" But it was difficult to hear through the large crowd, so it's hard to know for certain what was actually said. He then walked abruptly off stage.