Fans can be both loyal supporters and angry critics, which Young Money rhymer Tyga experienced earlier this month as a result of a canceled show.

TMZ reports that the 'Rack City' rapper was set to perform at the World Beat Center in San Diego on Jan. 6. However, due to unforeseen circumstances, the tattooed entertainer failed to show up, disappointing a crowd that was well over 1,200 people.

As a result of his no-show, those in attendance handled the news in a violent manner, trashing the venue. Security at the location could not handle the massive crowd and San Diego police officers were called to the scene. Twelve cops arrived and restored order, yet the venue had been vandalized.

World Beat Center claims that floors and walls were destroyed. Due to the damages, Tyga is reportedly banned from performing there in the future.

Tyga is set to release his sophomore album, 'Careless World: Rise of the Last King,' in the coming months. His single 'Rack City,' for which he just released a new video, will appear on the effort. Previously set for a Jan. 24 debut, a new date has not been issued for the LP.

Watch Tyga's 'Rack City' Video