Post Malone's Private Plane Makes Crash Landing

A plane carrying rapper Post Malone safely landed in New York after blowing two tires on takeoff.

It needed to circle in the skies for several hours. That had to be crazy scary.

Jim Peters from the Federal Aviation Administration, confirmed to Variety magazine that the aircraft landed safely at about 3:50 p.m. The plane, a Gulfstream aircraft, blew two tires as it took off from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey at 10:50 am. The aircraft was carrying 16 passengers, and was  heading to London after Post performed at the MTV VMAs Monday night.

Here's Post's response on his personal twitter account. Warning...his language is colorful:

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