UPDATED 11/11/19 8:20 p.m. ET: Drake took to IG to address the incident with a joke. "Plot twist...just signed a 10 year residency at Camp Flog Gnaw sorry kids see you EVERY SINGLE YEAR till you are 30," Drake wrote.​​​​

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No, Frank Ocean did not end up being a surprise performer at this weekend's Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival in Los Angeles, California.

Instead, attending fans were gifted Sunday night with an unannounced appearance by Drake, though—as the timeline has surely informed you by now—there was indeed some confusion and frustration connected with this surprise.

"They told me to come out and maybe do, like, two or three songs for y'all tonight but I'mma ask your permission, because I know this is your festival, I'mma ask your permission if I can stay up here and turn up with you for a little longer tonight," Drake told the crowd at one point during the surprise mini-set.

Later, Drake again addressed the crowd, though he this time appeared to be not pleased with the reaction (which included some boos, some cheers, and some shouted "No" objections) to his inquiries about possibly running through some more songs.

"If you wanna keep going, I will keep going tonight," he said, ultimately walking off the stage. "Well, look, it's been love . . . Thank you for having me," he told the crowd.

While some are painting the incident as Drake being outright booed off the stage, the situation is likely a bit more nuanced than that interpretation would suggest:

As of now, neither Flog Gnaw reps nor Drake have publicly addressed any of this. And in all fairness, why should they?