LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 21: Recording artist Drake performs onstage during the iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand
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Philadelphia is none too happy with Drake right now. 

Last night, hordes of fans eagerly awaiting the "Take Care" rapper's arrival at the Wells Fargo Center were told—less than an hour before Drizzy was set to go on—that it wasn't gunna happen.

Last night's show would have marked the second concert on Drake's "Would You Like a Tour?" tour—promoting new album dropped in September, Nothing Was the Same.

Rebecca Goodman, a spokeswoman for the arena, said in an official statement that an "unexpected technical issue" was to blame for the last minute shutdown. She also ensured angry fans that there would be another date.

"Drake, the Wells Fargo Center, Live Nation, and the entire team behind tonight’s show want to ensure fans will experience an unforgettable live music event and have decided to move the concert to a new date," Goodman said. 

"All tickets and original parking receipts from tonight’s show will be honored at the Wednesday, December 18 date."

Apparently, there were some agro fans in the stands.  We can't help but wonder if the fallout from this will result in the return of sad Drake?