Drake Booed Off Stage at Camp Flog Gnaw After Making Surprise Appearance

Drake surprised music fans at Tyler, the Creator's Camp Flog Gnaw festival in Los Angeles Sunday night. But the rapper got a surprise of his own when the crowd promptly booed him and chanted that they wanted to see Frank Ocean instead.

In a clip posted to social media, the 33-year-old Canadian rapper can be heard saying, "Do you want me to keep going or not?" as revelers chant, "We want Frank." Drake then appears to end his set saying: "It's been love. I go by the name of Drake. Thank y'all for having me."

Drake was booked as a surprise headliner for the Camp Flog Gnaw festival, but the fans were expecting Frank Ocean, so he got booed pic.twitter.com/w24AJucsfh

— BallerAlert (@balleralert) November 11, 2019

Tyler, the Creator did not announce the headliner for Sunday's bill beforehand, prompting fan speculation that the top act might be Frank Ocean. However, fans were apparently less than impressed when Tyler introduced Drake instead.

Another video posted to Twitter shows the crowd disappointed that there was no act after Drake, who appeared to have ended his set early.

This was like 15 mins after Drake walked off and everybody realized Frank wasn’t coming, listen to this man scream 😭 pic.twitter.com/79NOgt8at7

— Ogo🇳🇬 (@NerdyNigerian97) November 11, 2019

Camp Flog Gnaw was held at Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles and live-streamed on Twitch.

Fans on Twitter had some differing reactions to Drake being booed. Some users said that festival-goers should have been grateful Tyler, the Creator brought Drake to his festival, while others were more amused by the best-selling rapper being jeered off stage.

DRAKE WAS FUCKING LIT THANK YOU @tylerthecreator and FUCK YOU to all the fans that booed Drake off. Bunch of ungrateful fucks ruined it not only for myself, but I’m sure for Drake and Tyler also because that man didn’t even say bye and thanks like he always does. #CFG2019 pic.twitter.com/NARS0kJ42D

— Chris Ryan (@Chris_Alcocer1) November 11, 2019

"DRAKE WAS F***ING LIT THANK YOU @tylerthecreator and F*** YOU to all the fans that booed Drake off. Bunch of ungrateful f***s ruined it not only for myself, but I'm sure for Drake and Tyler also because that man didn't even say bye and thanks like he always does," wrote one fan.

never thought i’d see the day y’all wierdos would boo drake off the stage.. leave my mans alone he doesn’t deserve this shit

"never thought i'd see the day y'all wierdos would boo drake off the stage.. leave my mans alone he doesn't deserve this s***," another fan tweeted.

Drake is one of Tyler's favorite artists ever, and he made a dream come true tonight by having him perform at HIS festival as a guest act. and people really had the fucking nerve to boo him off. Entitled brats don't deserve anything.

— Big Boss (@LordBalvin) November 11, 2019

"Drake is one of Tyler's favorite artists ever, and he made a dream come true tonight by having him perform at HIS festival as a guest act. and people really had the f***ing nerve to boo him off. Entitled brats don't deserve anything," wrote another Twitter user.

Another tweet said: "Who boos off Drake... y'all built different. Ungrateful."

In addition to the outrage over Drake being booed, there were plenty of memes, too, making light of the situation.

Frank tomorrow morning when he hears Drake got booed off the stage #campfloggnaw pic.twitter.com/Ox3Q6ZQKWl

— ayo (@laflaaron) November 11, 2019

Drake: Y'all want more?!

Crowd:#campfloggnaw2019 #campfloggnaw #drake pic.twitter.com/7Zxm0MVi87

— RÜDY (@ROTZOY) November 11, 2019

drake going home after the crowd at camp flog gnaw boo’d at him all night long pic.twitter.com/5idd27AUHk

— mar (@marleenlopezz) November 11, 2019

drake hoppin on stage vs. drake 2 songs later #campfloggnaw2019 pic.twitter.com/dtPoepoo6o

— ✖️✖️ (@AshKetchurmom) November 11, 2019

Other artists who performed at Camp Flog Gnaw over the course of the two-day festival included Tyler, the Creator, Solange, Juice WRLD, Brockhampton, 21 Sabage, Blood Orange, H.E.R., FKA Twigs and Willow Smith.