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Post Malone's Rolls Royce Wraith Wrecked in Hollywood Car Accident

Post Malone's Rolls Royce Wraith Wrecked in Hollywood Car Accident

Post Malone crashed his Rolls-Royce Wraith in a high speed crash on Santa Monica Boulevard, almost two weeks after his near brush with death up-up in the sky.

Post Malone's white Rolls Royce was T-boned by a Kia at 2:45 a.m. local time in West Hollywood, police said.

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

No one was injured, but the Rolls Royce and a Kia, both involved, appeared to be total losses, KNBC reports.

The police found rappers auto crashed in a fence when they arrived at the scene.

"God must hate me lol", he tweeted after the accident. The plane was forced to circle airspace before landing at New York's Stewart Airport.

Post tweeted: 'i landed guys. thank you for your prayers. can't believe how many people wished death on me on this website. fuck you. but not today'.

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

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"Oh yeah, I'm fine", he said. I don't even know what to say, man.

Footage shot by his crew emerged on social media after the plane landed safely showing them all bracing for the emergency landing.

Malone was on his way to London Luton Airport in England, where the rapper was set to perform at the Reading & Leeds festival.

Fans of the facially-tattooed singer flooded the NY airport and cheered when the flight eventually landed after the five-hour ordeal.

The crash comes a mere 17 days after Malone's private jet had to make an emergency landing.

Post Malone, a reported passenger on the flight, was travelling from Monday night's MTV Video Music Awards, where he won himself the Song of the Year accolade for "Rockstar".

Flight-tracking website Flightradar24 showed the aircraft making circles across Northern New Jersey before heading off the CT coast near Bridgeport.


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