Post Malone was involved in a car crash early Friday morning, less than three weeks after a private plane he was a passenger on was forced to make an emergency landing.
The accident occurred in West Hollywood at around 2:42 a.m., Billboard reports. The rapper’s white Rolls Royce collided with another vehicle on Doheny Dr. and Santa Monica Blvd., then crashed into a fence before finally coming to a stop in some nearby shrubs, Sgt. Andrew Meyers of the Beverly Hills Police Department told the outlet. Investigators found that alcohol was not a factor in the collision. Malone’s personal assistant was reportedly driving the vehicle at the time of the accident, while Malone rode as a passenger in the front seat. No injuries were reported, and no police report taken as a result, Billboard reports.
Following the accident, Malone’s car, which reportedly sustained substantial damage during the crash, had to be towed away from the scene. The “White Iverson” rapper told TMZ following the crash that the other car, a Kia, hit the car he was in, causing their vehicle to spin.
Just last month, Malone, whose legal name is Andrew Watt, was involved in another scary situation. A private plane carrying Malone and 15 other passengers to London was forced to make an emergency landing when the aircraft’s tires blew during takeoff. Following the experience, which Malone told TMZ left him “shook,” he wrote on Twitter, “i landed guys. thank you for your prayers. can’t believe how many people wished death on me on this website. f--k you. but not today.”
Malone seemed to reference his recent string of bad luck in a tweet early Friday morning, writing, “god must hate me lol.”
[Photo: Post Malone performs onstage during the 143rd Preakness Stakes on May 19, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. By Paul Morigi/Getty Images for The Stronach Group]
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