Post Malone thinks skeletons are so cool that he tattooed a giant skull on the side of his head!
The rapper shared a pic of his new ink on Sunday. We are not sure if it’s the Father’s Day gift his dad wanted but when your son is a famous rockstar with millions of dollars, you take what you get. Posty shaved his mullet in order to get the new ink and only mentioned the haircut in the caption of his post.
“I have cut my hair even shorter, also skeletons are cool. Spread your heart as much as you can. A little love goes farther than you think. Stay strong, and keep kicking ass. Love, Austin,” he wrote.
Getting another head tatt is not a surprise move for the artist but his fans were stoked on it because it is so massive.
“the man needed more room for tats,” one follower commented, while another said, “Yeah I already know this one hurt the worst huh bro ?.”
His last face tattoo was more bloody despite being much smaller. In February, he inked a bloody buzzsaw on his cheek. By now, he has to be used to the pain but we, like his droves of fans, guessed that the new skull tatt hurt way worse than the buzzsaw. There is a little more fat on one’s cheek on his skull.
Post Malone was in Kansas City for his Runaway Tour and even had the Super Bowl MVP in attendance for his performance at the Sprint Center arena. Feeling a little bored, he hit up a local tattoo artist to make his dream of the buzzsaw tattoo a reality.
We are pretty sure Posty is one of the only winemakers in the world that has face tattoos but that hasn’t slowed him done. According to recent reports, the rapper’s wine has been selling like hotcakes.
Post fell in love with the drink of the gods after making it big. When he ordered the most expensive bottle at a fancy restaurant (around $25,000 allegedly), his manager and he decided to make their own. We guess they drink so much of the stuff that it is cheaper to make your own.
Back in May, Post admitted that he was taking a break from social media for his mental health but said that with the current climate, it was important to hear from him and not his team.
“Over the past few months I have been trying to distance myself from social media for my mental health, and by doing this and letting others have more control over posts on my pages. That being said, I see the frustrations over the blatant miss-use[sic] of my social media,” he said at the time.
“Especially, when I have a voice to speak loudly, and so far have not. I would like to apologize for that,” he wrote referring to the murder of George Floyd.
After the backlash of staying silent, he vowed to speak up about the things and causes that are important to him.