Patrons of a nightclub called Whiskey River in Macon, GA trashed the joint after Boosie Badazz was unable to show for a scheduled performance on Friday night.

According to Boosie, the no-show was a result of his parole officer not allowing him to perform clubs. When the club informed patrons that he would not be showing, many demanded their money back and were subsequently denied, causing them to throw items and turn over tables. Three were treated on the scene for minor injuries.

Boosie apologized to his fans in Macon in a Facebook video. Here's what he had to say:

"All my fans in Macon, GA, I won't be able to come to the show. It's not the promoter's fault, it's not M.P.B. promotion's fault at all, all the money was taken care of. My P.O. tripped out on me and said I can't do clubs... just trippin' on me for nothing. So I'm gonna need all my fans to reach out for the Louisiana Parole Board and the Georgia Parole Board and let me travel and do my clubs because that's how I see my family, because that's how I see my fans. I won't be able to make it, I'm sorry, we're gonna redo this in Macon somewhere else. We're gonna make it work."

See what his fans had to say on Twitter following the event.