All day long, fans have been worried about rapper Post Malone after TMZ reported that the private plane Malone was flying on had to make an emergency landing.
Post Malone and fellow musician, Andrew Watt were on board a 16 passenger private plane when the scary incident occurred.
Post Malone's private plane took off earlier this morning around 10:50 AM from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. During takeoff, two of the plane's left tires blew out.
Shortly after takeoff, the pilot realized that the tires had popped and he began to circle the airport. The plane was destined to fly to Luton, England but that was not possible after the tires blew out.
Ambulances lined up at New York Stewart International Airport as plane prepares for emergency landing. Rapper Post Malone believed to be among passengers on board plane @FiOS1NewsLHV pic.twitter.com/bar9tLBC1H— Andy Mattison (@AndyNewsFios1) August 21, 2018
They were reportedly flying in a Gulfstream Aerospace GLF-4 luxury jet.
Landing without the two left tires would be extremely dangerous and so the pilot had to prepare for an emergency landing.
Originally, the private jet was supposed to land at Teterboro Airport but it was diverted to Westfield Barnes Regional Airport in Springfield, Massachusetts. Then it was diverted again to Stewart International Airport in New Windsor, New York.
DEVELOPING: Post Malone's Private Jet Circling Area Burning Fuel, At Least 2 Tires Are Blown; Is Expected To Make Emergency Landing Soon— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) August 21, 2018
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According to People, they burned off fuel before conducting the emergency landing.
In the meantime, fans have been worried about the rapper and posting their prayers on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Post Malone's private jet completes a successful emergency landing 🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/a0ILcBMhZ0— Owen (@Owen300513) August 21, 2018
According to TMZ around 12:53 PM PDT, Malone's private jet successfully landed at Stewart International Airport in New Windsor, New York.
In addition, someone in Malone's entourage named Smitty B, uploaded this video that showed the blown out tires and Post Malone after they landed safely.
At 1:15 PM PDT, Malone posted a tweet on Twitter explaining that his plane had landed safely. "i landed guys. thank you for your prayers. can't believe how many people wished death on me on this website. fuck you. but not today".
i landed guys. thank you for your prayers. can't believe how many people wished death on me on this website. fuck you. but not today— Beerbongs & Bentleys (@PostMalone) August 21, 2018
We're not sure why anyone would want to wish death upon Malone, but we're glad that he's safe and back on the ground!