Kanye West had a busy Sunday in New York City.
First his set at the Governors Ball festival was cancelled because of the weather.
So he hopped across the river to East Rutherford, NJ, and made a surprise Summer Jam appearance with his GOOD Music Crew, who were already scheduled to perform.
During Summer Jam, 'Ye's people got the word out that he would be doing a 2 AM pop up show back in Manhattan at Webster Hall.
West's fans flocked to the venue, and at 1 AM Kanye tweeted this.
Show at 2am SOLD OUT— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) June 6, 2016
What's unclear is if any tickets were actually sold. It's also unclear if Webster Hall knew they were supposed to host the show. A little before 2 AM, with hundreds of fans out front, the venue announced there would be no show.
This all created a very chaotic -- although fairly peaceful -- scene.
At one point Kanye tried to call New York Mayor Bill De Blasio and have him shut down the streets around Webster Hall.
SHUT DOWN THE BLOCK 4 STREETS AND PUT SCREENS SO THEY CAN HAVE A PARTY OUTSIDE. @kanyewest the pic.twitter.com/scOfRht9V6 — TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) June 6, 2016
Here are more images of the crowd, and the reactions when Kanye drove by.
Sorry, we tried...but this was bigger than a show...this was a FAMILY reunion ! #GOODmusic A video posted by Pusha T (@kingpush) on
RAN AFTER KANYE DOWN 14th HOLY SHIT pic.twitter.com/bv21wQqwBW— 2katez (@katertot527) June 6, 2016
TURBO GRAFX 16 pic.twitter.com/vpKT0tSvfy — I Feel Like Harambe (@MF_Brown) June 6, 2016
The scene at Kanye's Webster Hall show is a full blown riot, complete with pepper spray. So wild! pic.twitter.com/3S8ghUMAr1 — 2 am at Webster Hall (@oscar_pope) June 6, 2016
There are were also rumors of West taking the pop up show to the Trump SOHO, of all places. But that didn't happen either.
Crowd gathers around Trump SOHO hoping for Kanye pop up, but cop tells us "don't bother." pic.twitter.com/xZIH0C5iqn— Nicole Hensley (@nkhensley) June 6, 2016
Hotel manager dispels rumors of Kanye stopping by Trump SOHO. pic.twitter.com/jx6xxIk0tt — Nicole Hensley (@nkhensley) June 6, 2016