Following the cancellation of yesterday's third day of NYC's Governor's Ball, Kanye West--who was headlining the festival--attempted a surprise performance at Webster Hall in Manhattan's East Village.

West did everything he could to ensure a banger of a set--even trying to sway Mayor DeBlasio to "shut down" four city blocks around the venue so his fans could have a "party."

Not surprisingly, word spread about the pop-up concert, and frustrated Gov Ball attendees, as well as literally 7,000 others, piled into the East Village streets hoping to catch a glimpse of the Wests.

When you live across from @websterhall and #Kanye causes a riot. 💀


A photo posted by Andrew Goldstein (@goldsteinandrew) on Jun 5, 2016 at 10:05pm PDT


#kanyewest shut down NYC


A video posted by DJ Akademiks (@akademikstv) on Jun 5, 2016 at 10:55pm PDT


Things started to get "v. soccer game in England..."

Finally, Kanye, Kim, and friend Travis Scott, arrived to the scene, standing in the sunroof to appease the ravenous hordes.

Then they started to drive away, when the concert was, not surprisingly, shut down; here's what happened...

The Life of Pablo, indeed.

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