Post Malone Involved in Car Accident

Sergio Cunningham
September 7, 2018

United States rapper Post Malone has been involved in a auto crash only two weeks after his private jet had to make an emergency landing.

The "rockstar" was a passenger in his Rolls-Royce around 2:40 a.m. when a Kia T-boned the Rolls, causing severe damage to the driver's side.

According to preliminary investigations there were no injuries reported and no alcohol was involved in the crash.

Check out video footage of the aftermath above.

News reported that the crash occurred at 2:42 a.m. PST, and police arrived to find a wrecked Kia blocking the road and Malone's vehicle crashed through a fence.

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

Despite that both vehicles are believed to be totaled, Malone insisted that he was "fine, I'm alright", and authorities did not report any injuries as a result of the accident.

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Post Malone recently slammed Twitter users who wished him dead after his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing in NY after blowing the tyres.

It was forced to circle over the NY area for several hours to burn off fuel before landing safely.

Finally, the small jet landed safely at New York's Stewart Airport where fire trucks and ambulances had been waiting on the scene.

"I landed guys. Thank you for your prayers", Malone tweeted shortly after stepping from the plane. "God must hate me lol", he tweeted after the accident.

He then took aim at the trolls who wished him harm as the drama was unfolding.

Speaking to TMZ after landing, Malone said: 'Oh, my God, I hate flying in general.

"First nearly a plane, now nearly a auto", he told a local news station, CBS News reported.

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