Hip-hop's favorite trio Migos have landed themselves in hot water, on Sunday night (June 10), after failing to show up for their scheduled performance at the 2018 Breakout Festival in Vancouver, Canada.

The Atlanta trio were set to headline the inaugural hip-hop and R&B festival in Vancouver. But, unfortunately to fans dismay, the Culture II rappers reportedly pulled out of the show 20 minutes before they were expected to perform. The festival's organizers broke the news on Instagram just ahead of the group's scheduled set time and replaced the trio with Lil Pump, who was originally on the lineup for a later set time.

"We are sorry to announce that Migos will not be able to perform Breakout tonight," read a photo posted to the festival's Instagram page. "For reasons beyond our control Migos didn’t make it to Vancouver tonight."

The caption also included a note from the "Walk It Talk It" rappers that read, "From Migos 'We love Vancouver and really wanted to make it to BREAKOUT Festival tonight. We hope you continue to support this festival. We’ll make it up to y’all soon.'”

Concertgoers immediately demanded a refund from the festival following the announcement, according to an initial report from Narcity. Migos' Instagram page has also since been filled with scathing comments from displeased fans since last night's ordeal. But, apparently the rap trio weren't the only acts to have bailed out on their performance. Kodie Shane and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie reportedly canceled their sets as well. Where was A Boogie? The rapper was in New York hitting the Summer Jam stage.

Take a look at how the organizers for Breakout Festival handled the matter below.

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