Migos were supposed to be rocking a show at the Coliseum in Evansville, Ind., on Sunday (Aug. 31), but it never happened.

The Atlanta rap group, comprised of Quavo, Takeoff and Offset, were initially paid $11,000 upfront by promotional company 41 South for the gig. They were to be given an additional $10,000 after the performance was over.

Local station channel 12 KFVS News reports that Migos were a no-show onstage but left with the remaining $10,000 the organizers gave them. According to a police report, organizers say the 'Versace' rhymers took the money and never performed.

When Migos were confronted by a member of 41 South, they allegedly pointed two rifles at him. However, it's not clear if the rappers themselves pulled out the guns or someone from their entourage did.