Is Post Malone Getting Final Destinationed?


Officials said that his white Rolls-Royce Wraith and another vehicle appeared to be a "total loss", NBC San Diego reported.

Post Malone's Rolls-Royce did none-the-less pass through city-owned property, flustering a few shrubs and damaging a fence.

Following the accident, Malone, whose real name is Austin Richard Post, was snapped with his assistant on the slide lines of the scene chatting with on-site police authorities while the vehicles were being towed away.

The heavily-tattooed star is seen smoking on a cigarette at the side of the road while speaking to a police officer.

No one was injured, but the Rolls Royce and a Kia, both involved, appeared to be total losses, KNBC reports.

According to a preliminary investigation no alcohol was involved in the crash.

"God must hate me lol", the 23-year-old entertainer wrote on Twitter after the smash on the border of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills in Los Angeles.

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Just two weeks ago, Post feared the worst after his private jet's tyres exploded after take-off.

The jet, which was carrying the rapper and his 15-strong entourage, was en route from a small New Jersey airport to the United Kingdom when two of the main tyres while taking off.

'Can't believe how many people wished death on me on this website.

Malone added: "Oh, my God, I hate flying in general".

"Oh yeah, I'm fine", he said. Thankfully, the plane was landed safely at Stewart International Airport.

The Federal Aviation Administration initially said the plane would be landing at Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport in Westfield, Massachusetts before being re-routed to NY.