'God must hate me': Post Malone totals his Rolls-Royce just 2 weeks after emergency landing

Post Malone may want to stay completely grounded for a while.

Just weeks after his plane had to make a crazy emergency landing, the “Psycho” rapper, 23, was involved in a two-car crash early Friday morning in West Hollywood, Calif., that left his white Rolls-Royce Wraith totaled. “God must hate me lol,” he tweeted after the accident.

NBC News reported that the crash occurred at 2:42 a.m. PST, and police arrived to find a wrecked Kia blocking the road and Malone’s car through a fence. A police spokesperson said that Malone was a passenger in his car and his assistant was behind the wheel. There were apparently no injuries, despite officials saying both cars were a “total loss,” and no alcohol was involved in the incident. (The base price for a Rolls-Royce Wraith is $320,500.)

Malone, whose real name is Austin Richard Post, was photographed standing at the side of the road in a striped shirt with a few other people as emergency responders cleaned up the scene.

On Aug. 21, the day after the MTV VMA’s, the tattooed star was flying — along with 15 others — on a Gulfstream IV, a luxury twin-jet airplane, from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. The plane’s tires blew during takeoff on the flight to England, and the pilot was forced to fly around the Northeast for nearly five hours to burn fuel before making a safe emergency landing at Stewart International Airport in New York.

When he landed, Malone told TMZ, “I’m shook. We’re here on Earth and I need a beer. And I need some wine. At the same time, mixed together.”

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