Jet With 2 Blown Tires Carrying Post Malone, Entourage Lands At Stewart Airport
Post Malones summer includes emergency landing, car crash and robbery
- Post Malone, whose real name is Austin Richard Post, has faced a series of unfortunate incidents since August 21.
- On August 21, he was in a private plane that had to make an emergency landing after two of its tires blew out.
- Less than three weeks late,r on September 7, Post was involved in a minor crash in California.
- Now reports have emerged that robbers allegedly broke into his former San Fernando Valley, California, home on September 1, believing he still lived there.
Post Malone can't catch a break.
This past summer, the rapper, whose real name is Austin Richard Post, was in a private plane that had to make an emergency landing, was involved in a car crash, and learned one of his former houses was robbed by men who allegedly thought the entertainer still lived there.
After the plane incident he was shocked to see so many people online celebrating his potential death, and following the car crash, the 23-year-old tweeted "God must hate me lol."
Post's summer started out on a high note when Spotify said his sophomore album, "Beerbongs & Bentleys," had broken the streaming service's first-week streaming record with more than 411 million world wide, but things turned sour as the summer rounded out, according to Reuters.
The bad luck started on August 21, when Post's private jet was forced to make an emergency landing after two of its tires blew out.
The jet took off from New Jersey's Teterboro Airport and was headed to London ahead of the Reading and Leeds Festival in England, where he was scheduled to perform.
Instead, the plane, which was carrying 16 people, circled over Connecticut for hours to burn fuel before landing at New York Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, the reported at the time.
After making a safe landing, Post thanked his fans who prayed for him and criticized those who "wished death" on him while he was in the air.
"Thank you for your prayers," he said on Twitter. "Can't believe how many people wished death on me on this website."
Less than three weeks later, Post was involved in a minor crash in California.
No one was hurt in the September 7 two-vehicle crash, which happened just before 3 a.m., and no traffic report was filed.
But Post, who was a passenger in one of the cars, couldn't help but laugh at his weeks of bad luck.
"God must hate me lol," Post, whose hits include "Rockstar" and "Psycho," said on Twitter.
And now days later, Post is dealing with reports of his former home in San Fernando Valley, California, being broken into by robbers who believed the rapper still lived there, police sources told TMZ.
Police told the website that three male suspects broke into the home on September 1 and the resident living there was pistol whipped.
One of the three men allegedly yelled "Where's Post Malone?" before taking ,000 worth of cash, jewelry and phones from the home, police told TMZ.
Luckily for Post, the rapper moved out of the house months ago. Here's to a better fall.
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