A Rolls-Royce the "Psycho" rapper, whose real name is Austin Richard Post, was riding in was involved in a serious crash early Friday morning in West Hollywood, just weeks after he experienced a major scare while flying on a private plane.
According to watch commander from the West Hollywood Sheriff Station, Frank Diana, the vehicle accident took place at Doheny Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard at around 2:42 a.m.
Malone's vehicle, which Billboard reports was being driven by his assistant, continued on after the impact and smashed into a fence before ending up in some shrubs. No injuries have been reported and no alcohol was involved in the incident.
After the crash, the United States star tweeted "god must hate me lol" - an apparent reference to his plane scare on 21 August when two tyres exploded during take-off.
But the frequency of accidents he's been involved in wasn't lost on Post Malone.
The police found rappers auto crashed in a fence when they arrived at the scene.
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In August, the rapper's private jet was forced to make an emergency landing after its tires blew out on takeoff.
Malone was on his way to London Luton Airport in England, where the rapper was set to perform at the Reading & Leeds festival.
"I landed guys. Thank you for your prayers", Malone tweeted shortly after stepping from the plane.
Thankfully, the plane ended up landing safely and the auto accident resulted in no victims or even serious injuries so he might actually be lucky, depending if you're a "glass half full" kind of person or not.
Post Malone had been in the NY area on Monday for the MTV Video Music Awards, where he won the song of the year prize.