In a tale of unexpected misfortune, Post Malone found himself on the brink of losing a $600,000 diamond fang, a moment of anxiety most of us can only imagine. Recounting the incident in a recent Esquire interview, the rapper detailed the heart-stopping moment when he believed he had dropped his precious accessory down the sink while indulging in a Chicken McNugget in Romę.
With the left fang in hand, Post Malone watched in dismay as it slipped from his grip and disappeared into the abyss of the sinkhole. His initial reaction? The realization that he might have to venture into the ancient Roman sewers in pursuit of his cherished gem.
Fueled by determination, Posty managed to retrieve the “twelve-carat gem” using a makeshift tool—a combination of pliers and a plastic tripod from a takeout pizza. With his prized possession back in his grasp, he was able to restore it to its rightful place in his mouth.
The Esquire feature also revealed another brush with disaster while Post Malone was dining at a “beautiful steakhouse,” underscoring the unpredictable nature of life’s little moments.
Got to talk music, Magic The Gathering, and the end of the world with this charming lad. Give it a read. https://t.co/T88h5DQAP6
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Post Malone’s fifth studio album, “Austin,” made its debut this July, claiming an impressive No. 2 spot on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Fans can look forward to the continuation of the “If Y’all Weren’t Here I’d Be Crying Tour” next month, with upcoming shows in New Zealand and Australia.
In a testament to his enduring popularity, Posty’s breakout hit “White Iverson,” initially released in 2016, has recently crossed the billion-stream milestone on Spotify. The legendary Allen Iverson himself congratulated Malone on this achievement, expressing his pride in being associated with the song and encouraging Post Malone to maintain his remarkable form throughout his career.