Post Malone Car Crash: Rapper in Wreck Just Weeks After Emergency Plane Landing
The rapper was not injured.
Rapper Post Malone has been involved in a California car wreck in California.
Friday's early morning crash comes just two weeks after the 23-year-old, whose real name is Austin Post, was aboard a plane that was forced to make an emergency landing in New York.
"God must hate me lol," he tweeted Friday morning.
Just before 3 a.m., police in Beverly Hills responded to a crash involving two cars in West Hollywood, according to reports. Authorities arrived to find Malone's white Rolls-Royce Wraith crashed through a fence and a Kia blocking the road.
Malone was a passenger in the Rolls-Royce. It was being driven by his assistant, according to authorities.
The vehicle, which is worth a reported $320,500, was apparently totaled in the crash.
Images from the scene showed Malone walking around, smoking a cigarette and speaking with officers following the incident. No injuries were reported and no alcohol was involved, according to reports.
On Aug. 21, Malone's Gulfstream Aerospace GLF-4 luxury jet blew two tires during takeoff at New Jersey's Teterboro Airport.
The pilot spent the next few hours circling above the tri-state area, burning fuel before making the emergency landing at New York's Stewart International Airport.
On social media, many offered prayers for Post and the others aboard. The rapper was one of 16 people on the plane.
The plane managed to land safely and no one was hurt.
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