Tory Lanez Clowned Drake After Being Booed Off Stage At Camp Flog Gnaw

Tory Lanez and Drake haven’t always been the closest friends. In fact, there was a time when they were mortal enemies. During his come-up, Lanez had taken aim at his fellow Torontonian, attempting to prove to the world that he had the 6ix on lock. The two global recording artists have since patched up their differences, making up a few years ago and uniting the city through their newfound bromance. If you’ve had your eye on the news this week, you surely know about what happened with Drake at Tyler, The Creator‘s annual Camp Flog Gnaw festival this weekend. The audience was waiting on a mystery performer, convinced that Frank Ocean would be performing a set. When Drake appeared in his place, he was booed f stage promptly. It turns out that, after the incident, Tory Lanez felt the need to clown his homie over text message, telling him it was a bad idea from the jump.

Tory Lanez Clowned Drake After Being Booed Off Stage At Camp Flog Gnaw
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During a recent appearance on Real 92.3 Los Angeles, Tory Lanez promoted his upcoming album Chixtape 5, also touching on the Drake situation with Big Boy. “I think personally if the people weren’t waiting on somebody else, I don’t think that it would have been that,” said Tory during the interview. “You know, me and Drake laughed about it. We was deadass on text laughing about it. But it’s just like ‘boy, you know you had no business being at Camp Flog Gnaw.’ He was just laughing like, ‘yo that’s one for the books bro.’ It just didn’t matter to him.”

Tory Lanez’ new project arrives tomorrow. Are you checking for it?

Drake Responds After Getting Booed at Camp Flog Gnaw

Drake is not letting the haters get him down.

While surprising the crowd at Tyler, the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival at L.A.’s Dodger Stadium on Sunday, the rapper received a not-so-warm welcome. After performing a few songs, he was booed by a group of fans who were hoping to see Frank Ocean instead.

“If you want to keep going,” he said, “I will keep going tonight.”

But the boos got louder, prompting him to end his set 20 minutes early. Before leaving, a gratuitous Drake thanked the crowd. “It’s been love,” he said. “I love ya’ll. I go by the name of Drake. Thank you for having me.”

Despite the incident, Drake is not letting it get to him. According to DJ Akademiks, he is “taking it in stride” and called it a “moment of humility which is always welcomed.” Added Drake, “[It] was just not my night. Wasn’t who they wanted to see.”

Tyler, the Creator, who invited Drake to perform at his festival, ripped the Camp Flog Gnaw crowd for their “rude” behavior. “I THOUGHT BRINGING ONE OF THE BIGGEST ARTIST ON THE FUCKING PLANET TO A MUSIC FESTIVAL WAS FIRE!” he tweeted. “BUT FLIPSIDE, A LIL TONE DEAF KNOWING THE SPECIFIC CROWD IT DREW. SOME CREATED A NARRATIVE IN THEIR HEAD AND ACTED OUT LIKE ASSHOLES WHEN IT DIDNT COME TRUE AND I DONT FUCK WITH THAT.”

Added Tyler, “THAT SHIT WAS LIKE MOB MENTALITY AND CANCEL CULTURE IN REAL LIFE AND I THINK THAT SHIT IS FUCKING TRASH.”

Drake Cuts Set Short After Getting Booed at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival

Drake surprised the crowd at Tyler, the Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, but not everyone was here for it.

Drizzy was one of the guests during Sunday’s surprise headlining set at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, which was kept under wraps up until the moment. Many fans had been hoping for a performance from Frank Ocean, but instead, they were treated to appearances from A$AP Rocky, Lil Uzi Vert, and Drake.

The 6 God entered to cheers with his 2013 single “Started From the Bottom” before paying homage to Tyler, who was seen singing and dancing in the crowd as Drake performed “Feel No Ways.”

“I’m doing this for my brother Tyler, who started this [event] from nothing. That’s not easy,” he said. “Tonight, I felt like I had to touch this stage because I’m proud of my brothers, I’m proud of you.”

But things took a turn as he went on to perform “Wu-Tang Forever.” “Flog Gnaw, make some noise for yourself tonight,” he said. “I’m here for you tonight. If you want to keep going, I will keep going tonight. What’s up?”

Some of the crowd seemingly didn’t want more and began booing, while others yelled “No.” “If you want to keep going,” he said, “I will keep going tonight.”

The screams got louder before he decided to cut his set short, a whole 20 minutes before schedule. “It’s been love,” said Drake as he exited the stage. “I love ya’ll. I go by the name of Drake. Thank you for having me.”

Some in the crowd were heard chanting “We want Frank,” hoping that Frank Ocean would hit the stage. Video footage of the incident was posted on social media and quickly went viral.

Fans and artists weighed in to share support for Drake. “Drake handled that [situation] so raw. Respect,” wrote Kehlani in a since-deleted tweet before calling Drake the “GOAT.”

Dreamville’s J.I.D also chimed in, adding, “I thought we collectively loved Drake, wat y’all doing?”

UPDATE: Tyler, the Creator has addressed Drake being booed. While he admits that he may have been “a lil tone deaf” booking him for the festival, he still doesn’t condone the disrespect from the crowd.

“I THOUGHT BRINGING ONE OF THE BIGGEST ARTIST ON THE FUCKING PLANET TO A MUSIC FESTIVAL WAS FIRE!” he tweeted. “BUT FLIPSIDE, A LIL TONE DEAF KNOWING THE SPECIFIC CROWD IT DREW. SOME CREATED A NARRATIVE IN THEIR HEAD AND ACTED OUT LIKE ASSHOLES WHEN IT DIDNT COME TRUE AND I DONT FUCK WITH THAT.”

Drake Returns With Epic Comeback After He’s Booed Off Camp Flog Gnaw Stage

Los Angeles, CA – Drake apparently wasn’t too bothered by the boos coming from the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival crowd over the weekend. According to a recent Instagram post, the multiplatinum-selling artist just signed a new contract with the Camp Flog Gnaw powers that be.

“Plot twist…just signed a 10 year residency at Camp Flog Gnaw,” he captioned the photo. “sorry kids see you EVERY SINGLE YEAR till you are 30.”

Drake was the surprise guest at Tyler, The Creator’s annual festival on Sunday (November 10). The audience was expecting to see Frank Ocean and made it clear they weren’t pleased with the 6 God’s appearance.

Subsequently, Tyler berated those who booed Drake Twitter.

“I THOUGHT BRINGING ONE OF THE BIGGEST ARTIST ON THE FUCKING PLANET TO A MUSIC FESTIVAL WAS FIRE!” he wrote in all caps. “BUT FLIPSIDE, A LIL TONE DEAF KNOWING THE SPECIFIC CROWD IT DREW.

“SOME CREATED A NARRATIVE IN THEIR HEAD AND ACTED OUT LIKE ASSHOLES WHEN IT DIDNT COME TRUE AND I DONT FUCK WITH THAT.”

It appears the joke is on them.

Drake Breaks His Silence On Camp Flog Gnaw Debacle With "Plot Twist"

Among the many wild turns events in 2019, who would’ve thought the biggest artists out right now would ever get booed f any stage? Well, anything can happen in this day and age and that’s exactly what happened when Drake touched the Camp Flog Gnaw stage last night as the surprise performer. Unfortunately, those in attendance expected Frank Ocean to hop on stage, although it’s unclear how they came up with that conclusion.

Drake has since responded to the whole situation after a day letting the clips go viral. The Canadian artist is clearly not that hurt about it, and if he is, he’s doing a great job at hiding it. The rapper took to Instagram to share a few pictures his visit to Camp Flog Gnaw all while trolling the people who booed him f the stage. “Plot twist…just signed a 10 year residency at Camp Flog Gnaw sorry kids see you EVERY SINGLE YEAR till you are 30,” he joked. Akademiks previously received statements from Drake who seemed who dubbed the incident as a “moment humility.”

Tyler came to Drake’s defense on Twitter while bashing those who booed the rapper. “MOSTLY EVERYONE WAS HAVING A GREAT TIME, THOSE SHITS IN THE FRONT AREA WERE THE ONES BEING MAD RUDE, WHICH, I CAN SEE WHY, BUT, NAH, FUCK THAT, YALL REPRESENTED ME AND FLOG TO MY GUEST AND MADE US LOOK SOOO ENTITLED AND TRASH,” he wrote. 

Tyler, The Creator Changes Twitter Bio To Reflect How "Embarrassed" He Is Of Fans

How humiliating must it have been for Tyler, The Creator to watch his special guest — who was seriously special — get booed f stage by his legion supporters? At the Camp Flog Gnaw Festival this weekend, one surprise performer was clouded in mystery until their set-time, prompting fans to rush over to that stage to witness who would be popping on. Given his recent musical activity and his connection to the Odd Future clique, many expected Frank Ocean to be the shock appearance but it turned out to be Drake, who would get showered in disapproving chants before walking f. Tyler has already made a remark against his fans but he further spilt his thoughts by way his updated Twitter bio.

The artistic presence took to social media to inform his fans that he’s not currently very satisfied with how they reacted to Drake‘s show at Camp Flog Gnaw. Previously telling his audience that the stunt was “NOT COOL DAWG,” Tyler changed his bio to let everybody know that he expects better next time. “Embarrassed by fans right now,” reads the rapper’s description on the social medium.

Both Tyler and Drake have reportedly spoken out about the incident, with Drizzy telling DJ Akademiks that it was a humbling moment for him. Do you think Tyler has a right to be a little peeved with his fans right now?

Tyler, The Creator Changes Twitter Bio To Reflect How "Embarrassed" He Is Of Fans

Tyler, The Creator Goes On Twitter Rampage Following Drake Backlash

Los Angeles, CA – Tyler, The Creator isn’t pleased with some of the concertgoers who attended his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival over the weekend. On Sunday night (November 10), Drake appeared onstage at the Dodger Stadium as a surprise guest, drawing boos from the crowd who’d expected to see Frank Ocean.

The Odd Future vet took to Twitter on Monday (November 11) to give those who gave Drake a hard time a little piece of his mind, making it abundantly clear he didn’t condone their behavior.

“I THOUGHT BRINGING ONE OF THE BIGGEST ARTIST ON THE FUCKING PLANET TO A MUSIC FESTIVAL WAS FIRE!” he wrote in all caps. “BUT FLIPSIDE, A LIL TONE DEAF KNOWING THE SPECIFIC CROWD IT DREW. SOME CREATED A NARRATIVE IN THEIR HEAD AND ACTED OUT LIKE ASSHOLES WHEN IT DIDNT COME TRUE AND I DONT FUCK WITH THAT.”

Tyler added he felt the way they behaved reflected poorly on him and the Camp Flog Gnaw crowd.

“THIS NIGGA DID FEEL NO WAYS!” he continued. “SONG IS BEAUTIFUL. ALSO, MOSTLY EVERYONE WAS HAVING A GREAT TIME, THOSE SHITS IN THE FRONT AREA WERE THE ONES BEING MAD RUDE, WHICH, I CAN SEE WHY, BUT, NAH, FUCK THAT, YALL REPRESENTED ME AND FLOG TO MY GUEST AND MADE US LOOK SOOO ENTITLED AND TRASH.”

The IGOR mastermind also noted he felt like he was seeing cancel culture offline, while defending Drake at the same time.

“THAT SHIT WAS LIKE MOB MENTALITY AND CANCEL CULTURE IN REAL LIFE AND I THINK THAT SHIT IS FUCKING TRASH,” he wrote. NIGGA DID FEEL NO WAYS! THAT SONG IS BEAUTIFUL! MOST GUYS DONT DO ALBUM CUTS! THANK YOU AUBREY!”

Tyler ended his tirade on a high note.

“BUT HEY MAN SHIT HAPPENS, ALL JOKES ASIDE SHIT LOWKEY FUNNY HAHAHA,” he continued. “ASIDE FROM THAT, HOPE EVERYONE HAD A GOOD TIME. AGAIN, NO ARREST NO BULLSHIT MAN A LOT OF PEOPLE ENJOYED IT, THANKS AGAIN!”

He added, “AGAIN, THANK YOU DRAKE! ( IM FUCKING PISSED HOTLINE BLING WAS NEXT THATS MY FUCKING SHIT IM GONNA PLAY THAT IN THE SHOWER RIGHT NOW),” appearing to confirm Drake ended his set early.

Footage of Drake’s foiled set starting making the rounds shortly after the show went down. Revisit footage below.

J.I.D Reacts To Drake Getting Booed Off Stage: "I Be Wrong All The Time"

Something was in the air at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles last night because, somehow, the most popular artist in the world was booed f stage and forced to cut his surprise set short. Tyler, The Creator hosted his annual Camp Flog Gnaw Festival at the stadium, inviting tons high-prile musical acts to put on a special show for the thousands in attendance. One performer was kept a secret until he appeared on stage though and, given his recent output, fans were expecting Frank Ocean to come through. After all, he and Tyler used to work very closely together as part Odd Future. The audience was audibly disappointed when the 6ix God Drake came out to perform some his hits, getting booed f stage but reacting graciously afterwards. “Just wasn’t my night,” he reportedly told DJ Akademiks. Dreamville rapper J.I.D is surprised to have witnessed this take place, taking to Twitter to voice his confusion.

“I thought we collectively loved Drake, wat y’all doing?” asked the Atlanta spitter following the dramatic unfolding this weekend. “I be wrong all the time,” he added in a separate tweet. J.I.D isn’t the only person who isn’t exactly sure what just happened. At the end the day, if Drake can piss f a crowd so much that he gets booed f stage, anybody in the world can have the same thing happen to them. It just be like that sometimes.

Do you think the fans were right in asking Drizzy to get packing?

Tyler, The Creator Comments On Drake Being Booed Off Stage At Camp Flog Gnaw

People reached for their phones this morning to discover that the almighty Drake had been booed f stage at Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw on Sunday night. Drake was the festival’s surprise appearance and many attendees were disappointed that it had not been Tyler’s former Odd Future affiliate, Frank Ocean. Drake’s reaction to the situation has already been shared, but we were waiting on a response from the other major player involved: Tyler. 

In typical Tyler fashion, he has weighed in on the viral discussion all-caps tweets. He expressed disappointment in his fans for treating his guest so poorly and denounced their behavior as “MOB MENTALITY AND CANCEL CULTURE IN REAL LIFE.” He selects his favorite artists to appear at the festival and he expected a better reaction for managing to bring out such a widely-admired artist. “I THOUGHT BRINGING ONE OF THE BIGGEST ARTIST ON THE FUCKING PLANET TO A MUSIC FESTIVAL WAS FIRE! BUT FLIPSIDE, A LIL TONE DEAF KNOWING THE SPECIFIC CROWD IT DREW. SOME CREATED A NARRATIVE IN THEIR HEAD AND ACTED OUT LIKE ASSHOLES WHEN IT DIDNT COME TRUE AND I DONT FUCK WITH THAT.”

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The IGOR artist also shared how stoked he was that Drake agreed to perform “Feel No Ways”, even though it isn’t one his biggest singles. He also lamented the fact that Drake got booed f stage before he had the chance to perform another favorite that had been requested, “Hotline Bling”. THIS N**** DID FEEL NO WAYS! SONG IS BEAUTIFUL. ALSO, MOSTLY EVERYONE WAS HAVING A GREAT TIME, THOSE SHITS IN THE FRONT AREA WERE THE ONES BEING MAD RUDE, WHICH, I CAN SEE WHY, BUT, NAH, FUCK THAT, YALL REPRESENTED ME AND FLOG TO MY GUEST AND MADE US LOOK SOOO ENTITLED AND TRASH.”

He ended his tweet tirade with an absurd anecdote about a girl he saw fuming about Drake’s appearance (or Frank’s absence). “I WAS IN THE FRONT, AND I HEAR “TYLLLERRRR!” AND I LOOK TO MY LEFT, AND THIS GIRL, RED FACE, PUFFY, WATERFALL OF TEARS LOOKED INTO MY SOUL AND SAID, TREMBLING WITH ANGER “…WHAT ..THE ..FUCK!………IS THIS SHIT!” N**** I TURNED AWAY SO QUICK SHE WAS PISSED BRO.”

Amidst all the stupidity that Tyler seems able to shrug f, he celebrated the fact that Camp Flog Gnaw has gone eight consecutive years without any arrests on site, which is rather rare for a music festival. Congrats Tyler! 

Drake Booed Off the Stage at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival

Is Drake becoming the Nickelback of Rap?

Drake battled a chorus of boos at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival over the weekend, and ultimately ended the set early. “Ya know… like I said, I’m here for your tonight,” Drake told the crowd at the Tyler, the Creator-led festival.  “If you want me to keep going tonight, I’ll keep going tonight, what’s up?” the Toronto rapper continued.

They didn’t, with many screaming ‘no!’ or flat-out booing.  “It’s been love, I love y’all and I go by the name of Drake, thank you for having me,” Drake stated while walking off the stage.

Brutally, many cheered as the rapper exited the stage.

Drake wasn’t announced on the Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival bill, which may have been the problem.  The Toronto rapper was a surprise guest, marked with question-marks on the bill.  Speculation was pretty intense on who this mystery performer would be, with many hoping for Frank Ocean to assume the slot.  Other performers at Camp Flog were Solange, YG, Juice WRLD, DaBaby, Earl Sweatshirt, FKA Twigs, and Tyler himself.

In response to the blatant disrespect, Tyler, The Creator issued a blunt response.

“I thought bringing one of the biggest artists on the fucking planet to a music festival was fire!  But flipside, a little tone deaf knowing the specific crowd it drew.  Some created a narrative in their head and acted out like assholes when it didn’t come true and I don’t fuck with that.”

The surprisingly hostile response raises more questions about Drake’s long-term status among rap fans.  Panned at times as the “Nickelback of Rap‘ for overly-formulaic beats and rhymes, Drake may be suffering from years of overexposure.  Earlier, Drake has lost credibility for using ghostwriters, a huge no-no in a genre the revolves around ‘realness’ and actual life experiences.

“While we may look back on Drake as a cringy, surface-level, underwhelming moment that wasn’t as important as we thought it was, I still think it’s still a major part of the culture,” said pop music critic Anthony Fantano.  “Drake cannot be discounted in the way that you could theoretically cut Nickelback out of the history of rock and very little of value would be lost.”

Here’s a clip of Drake’s drubbing.

Drake Booed Off Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival Stage

Los Angeles, CA – Tyler, The Creator’s Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival went down at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles over the weekend. During Sunday night’s (November 10) set, fans were expecting to see Frank Ocean close out the show but instead, they got a surprise guest — Drake.

Evidently, the crowd wasn’t pleased with the last-minute switch up and made it painfully clear for Drizzy they wanted Ocean with a “We want Frank” chant. Drake even offered to stay a little longer, but the audience wasn’t having it.

As noted by TMZ, Drake appeared to receive the message. After thanking the Camp Flog Gnaw attendees, he seemed to end his set early before quickly exiting the stage.

“Like I said, I’m here for you tonight,” he said after performing “Wu-Tang Forever.” “If you want to keep going, I will keep going.” He added, “It’s been love. I go by the name of Drake. Thank you all for having me.”

The Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival boasted additional performances from Yasiin Bey, Juice WRLD, Solange, YG, Brockhampton, DaBaby, 21 Savage, H.E.R. and, of course, Tyler.

Drake Reportedly Responds To Getting Booed Off Stage: "Just Not My Night"

Damn, Tyler, The Creator fans are some straight-up savages. During this weekend’s Camp Glog Gnaw Festival, a surprise guest was teased for a major headline spot and, when fans theorized that Frank Ocean would be making an appearance, the hype just kept on rising. The audience would not be happy unless the reclusive artist came on to perform his new tracks. As late, Frank has been more active than usual on the artistic front, perhaps leading us into his next full-length release. However, he failed to appear, which angered fans at the fest. Ocean was never even announced for the show and the mystery headliner ended up being none other than Drake. People just weren’t feeling him though and the Canadian superstar got booed f stage. He has reportedly since responded to the incident directly to DJ Akademiks.

According to a tweet from the hip-hop commentator, Drake reportedly reached out to Ak personally to speak on the drama at Camp Flog Gnaw. He’s apparently not too bothered about getting showered in boos, taking the moment in stride and telling Ak that it served as a “moment humility.” He also reportedly said that it just “wasn’t his night” and that he “wasn’t who they wanted to see.” That much was clear.

Do you feel bad for Drake? It can’t be nice to earn such a negative reception that you’re literally forced to leave the stage.

YG Brings Out Stormy Daniels While Performing "FDT" At Camp Flog Gnaw

On this lovely Monday morning, everyone is waking up to two rather entertaining headlines that came out  Day 2 Camp Flog Gnaw. Tyler, The Creator‘s eighth annual music festival at Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium had a stacked lineup set up for Sunday as well as a surprise guest. As we all probably know already, the surprise was Drake and the crowd was not too pleased to see him, rather than their beloved Frank Ocean. Considering the demographic CFG is largely comprised people who were wearing tie-dye shirts with satanic kittens on them around 2010, Drake was not their cup tea. 

Aside from Drake getting boo-ed, another video popping up on social media feeds today is YG bringing out national hero (or enemy, depending on who you ask), Stormy Daniels, during his set. Of course, she joined the Compton rapper to perform his rallying cry, “F*ck Donald Trump (FDT)”. The adult film star gave herself a grand introduction, telling the crowd: “My name is Stormy f*cking Daniels, and I am the reason Donald Trump is f*cked.” YG also asked Daniels to confirm whether she in fact had with the US president over a decade ago, to which she responded: “No, I just laid there.” Daniels, who also possesses expertise as a stripper, then proceeded to gyrate to YG’s hit song in front a backdrop not-so-flattering footage Trump. 

Anyone Who Booed Drake Off-Stage Should Hold A Gang Of L’s

It’s hard to imagine a timeline where one , if not the biggest hip-hop artist the past decade can be booed fstage at a hip-hop-centric festival all places. And yet that’s exactly what transpired last night at Tyler, The Creator‘s Camp Flog Gnaw after Drake took the stage to close out the evening. Given that deciphering the respective intentions thousands festival-goers, it’s hard to make heads or tails out what actually kicked f the negative response. It didn’t take long for a narrative to build, one in which the 6ixGod himself was chased from the stage by a gaggle Frank Ocean stans. At least, that’s the easiest interpretation, the most incendiary, and in a market that thrives on chaos, the most fun.

In truth, it’s entirely possible that some attendees were legitimately irate at the mere presence Drizzy, especially after convincing themselves Frank Ocean was all-but-confirmed. Should anyone stand within this particular camp, then an L is all you deserve. For a still-youthful festival like Camp Flog Gnaw, securing a set from the world’s biggest rapper is a massive win. One can only imagine Tyler’s reaction to witnessing the buffoonery unfold; it’s the epitome  this is why we can’t have nice things. Simply put, the boo-birds have simultaneously shifted festival press coverage in a negative light (sorry) while coming f as a gang entitled ingrates. 

Drake’s current mood

Some attendees have taken to social media to further elaborate on what went down, with one account blaming scheduling uncertainty. Another more comical reaction finds one particular Frank fanboy screaming as if he walked into his home to find his entire family slain. In reality, it’s likely a mix several factors that led to a sea boos to send Drake packing. From the sound it, his status as the closer was not exactly clear; as such, many continued to nurse hope that Frank Ocean would slide through in the nick time. To be fair, an unorganized festival and an impatient inebriated audience seldom make for a happy marriage. Yet the visual Drake being booed f-stage is an ugly note to cap f Tyler’s still-emerging brainchild. 

Whether or not you like Drake is a moot point. It’s rather cut and dry. Anyone holding love for Tyler and his ultimate Flog Gnaw vision should understand that securing a closing spot from Drizzy is a major win for the festival. The idea that one rap’s biggest stars could be chased from the stage at a hip-hop & Rnb festival all places is difficult to fully comprehend. Regardless how nuanced the situation might be, it’s difficult to interpret this one as anything less than peak entitlement. Do you agree? Or were the fans justified with voicing their frustrations? 

Drake Booed Off Camp Flog Gnaw Stage After Frank Ocean Doesn’t Appear

There’s a reasonable amount disappointment that one can feel when an (unconfirmed) artist doesn’t make it out as an anticipated special guest.

We’d like to think that Drake is a pretty ample substitute in such an event, but the crowd gathered at Camp Flog Gnaw wasn’t as appreciative when Drizzy hopped out as a surprise guest after all anticipation pointed toward a public appearance from Frank Ocean. The response was so overwhelming that Drake was forced to cut his set short, as a sea “Boo” and “No” overtook the grounds at Dodger Stadium.

“I’m here for you tonight. If you want to keep going, I will keep going,” Drake said at one point before conceding to exit. “It’s been love. I love y’all. I go by the name Drake. thank you for having me.”

Prior to appearing on stage, Drake was preceded by appearances from A$AP Rocky and Lil Uzi Vert. They performed for a short time before Drake arrived as the evening’s surprise headliner. It’s worth noting that Frank Ocean was, again, never confirmed for that closing slot.

While no one artist is immune to the scathing sentiments fans at any given time, this particular reaction certainly prompted a wave confusion across social media. Catch Twitter’s top reactions below.