Post Malone's Plane Lands Safely After Wheel Malfunction

After a harrowing flight that started with a dangerous equipment malfunction, Post Malone and his entourage are safely grounded following the emergency landing of their aircraft.

Earlier Tuesday morning (Aug. 21), the rapper was aboard a plane that had blown two tires when it took off from New Jersey's Teterboro Airport. The aircraft was set for a transatlantic journey to London, but the malfunction had Post Malone's plane circling the Tri-State area as it prepared to make an emergency landing in the hours that followed.

Baltimore CBS affiliate WJZ-TV broadcast a live feed of the landing of Post Malone's Gulfstream, which took place at approximately 3:45 p.m. EST. Authorities and medical personnel are on the scene, and aerial shots show Post Malone and fellow passenger or crew members meeting with them after they safely disembarked.

Post Malone updated his fans right away on Twitter, thanking them for their prayers and voicing disgust over the number of death threats he received in the interim on the social media platform.


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