Rapper Post Malone’s Rolls-Royce T-Boned In West Hollywood

Rapper Post Malone’s Rolls-Royce T-Boned In West Hollywood

Rapper Post Malone’s Rolls-Royce T-Boned In West Hollywood

The star was involved in an automobile accident today only weeks after the plane he was on needed to make an emergency landing!

The crash occurred at Doheny Dr. and Santa Monica Blvd. around 2:42 a.m. PST, and Malone's assistant was driving as he sat in the passenger seat, as relayed by Sgt. Andrew Meyers of the Beverly Hills Police Department.Meyers stated a police report was not recorded because no injuries were reported, but Malone's vehicle crashed through city-owned property. According to The Blast, drugs and alcohol weren't a factor in the crash, and everyone involved was cooperative with authorities. The 23-year-old rapper's assistant was driving, while Post Malone was in the passenger's seat.

After the incident, Post Malone tweeted: "I landed guys".

According to Sgt Andrew Meyers of the Beverly Hills Police Department, Post's vehicle then smashed through a fence before coming to rest in an area of shrubs.

A month ago, Post Malone was on a Gulfstream IV when the plane's tires blew during takeoff from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey.

After the crash, rapper, who was born Austin Richard Post, also said, "Oh yeah, I'm fine".

The aircraft had 3,700 gallons of fuel to burn and continued to circle in order to make a safer emergency landing, according to TMZ.

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.

The Federal Aviation Administration initially said the plane would be landing at Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport in Westfield, Massachusetts before being re-routed to NY.

A look: Flight trackers showed the plane circling over CT (right of this map) shortly after 1pm before making its way towards the NY airport just before 3pm.

Malone tweeted after the landing, thanking those who offered prayers.

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