Post Malone survives serious vehicle crash weeks after plane scare

Shock Malone's plane was en route to London when the pilot realized that the left main tyres had blown shortly after takeoff from a small New Jersey airport

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Malone posted about the incident in a Tweet, where he expressed that the world must be out to get him.

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

Sgt Meyers also revealed that the vehicle owned by "Posty" - born Austin Richard Post - was being driven by his assistant, with the rapper in the passenger seat. Thankfully, he seemed to walk away uninjured.

Post's assistant was driving in West Hollywood when the $323,000 (£248,000) auto crashed into a Kia.

Two of the private jet's tyres blew out, meaning that the pilot was forced to divert his course and make an emergency landing at Stewart International Airport in NY.

We're glad he's okay... and really hope the rapper isn't planning on traveling by boat anytime soon.

"God must hate me", the 23-year-old rapper later tweeted, assumedly referencing the scary back-to-back ordeals. No one was injured in the crash, and alcohol was not a factor, according to reports.

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He, along with 16 other passengers, landed safely in the Stewart International Airport in NY.

"Oh yeah, I'm fine", he said. We're here on Earth and I need a beer.

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

"First nearly a plane, now nearly a auto", he told a local news station, CBS News reported.

The pilot circled the Teterboro Airport for about 30 minutes before the jet was diverted so it could burn fuel to make it safer in case the pilot needed to eventually crash land.

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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