Those who attend Tyler, the Creator’s annual festival are upset and disappointed because they believe that Frank Ocean would be the surprise headliner instead of the Canadian rapper.
AceShowbiz –Drake‘s surprise appearance at Tyler, the Creator‘s Camp Flog Gnaw festival on Sunday, November 11 wasn’t welcomed very well by the crowd. The Canadian rapper was supposed to be the mystery headliner at the festival, leading many to be disappointed because they thought Frank Ocean would be the closing act. Making things worse, they let their disappointment be known to Drake.
In some videos which have since been circulating online, the crowd could be seen booing Drake after he launched into his own set. The boos apparently were too distracting for the Grammy winner because he then told the audience, “Like I said, I’m here for you. If you want me to keep going, I’ll keep going.” But the answer that he received wasn’t what he was expecting, as Drake was met with a slew of “No!” and “Boo!”
Eventually, Drake said, “It’s been love. I go by the name Drake, thank you for having me,” before going away from the stage allegedly 20 minutes before he was supposed to.
Neither Drake nor Tyler has yet to respond to this, though people on the Internet have come to their defense and called out the crowd at Camp Flog Gnaw for being disrespectful. “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,” one said.
“I wasn’t at Camp Flog Gnaw but that’s some Un grateful s**t from an L.A. crowd. Drake one of the biggest artist (sic) in the world and ya’ll gotta have more respect for both him and TYLER. Ya’ll have any idea how hard that is to make happen?” someone else wrote. “People booing drake and being mad that it wasn’t frank ocean is part of the reason why I dislike going to camp flog gnaw. Bunch of disrespectful kids,” one other said.
Besides Drake, other acts that performed at the festival’s Sunday lineup included DaBaby, Earl Sweatshirt and YG.
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