Last night, it looked like Playboi Carti fans were finally getting the rapper's latest album, Whole Lotta Red. However, the album never saw the light of day and Carti fans took to Twitter to vent their frustrations.

The rapper hinted that Whole Lotta Red was getting a release last night via Instagram, but ended up leaving his fans hanging. This isn't the first time Carti's album gets delayed — in July, the rapper announced that Whole Lotta Red was dropping in "the next 60 days," but that never happened.

As expected, Carti fans vented on social media, spurring a wave of hilarious tweets and memes. Check out some of the best reactions below.

Let the waiting game begin...

Not everyone was impressed.

Then the disappointment kicked in.

In the end, all they got was a G-Eazy album.

To find out more about Carti's pending album, we've gathered everything we know so far about Whole Lotta Red here.

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