Post Malone was involved in a vehicle accident in West Hollywood, Calif. on Friday, just weeks after his plane had to make an emergency landing after his private jet blew 2 tires after takeoff from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey.
The "rockstar" was a passenger in his Rolls-Royce around 2:40 a.m. when a Kia T-boned the Rolls, causing severe damage to the driver's side.
The Beverly Hills Police Department said there were no injuries reported and added that no alcohol was involved.
"God must hate me lol", the 23-year-old entertainer wrote on Twitter after the smash on the border of West Hollywood and Beverly Hills in Los Angeles.
Malone's assistant was driving the Rolls-Royce at the time of the accident.
As you might expect, Post Malone took the knock like a true victor.
Post Malone's Rolls-Royce did none-the-less pass through city-owned property, flustering a few shrubs and damaging a fence.
The jet, which was carrying the rapper and his 15-strong entourage, was en route from a small New Jersey airport to the United Kingdom when two of the main tyres while taking off.
Post Malone recently slammed Twitter users who wished him dead after his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing in NY after blowing the tyres.
Malone tweeted after the landing, thanking those who offered prayers. "F*** you but not today".
"Oh yeah, I'm fine", he said.
The pilot circled the Teterboro Airport for about 30 minutes before the jet was diverted so it could burn fuel to make it safer in case the pilot needed to eventually crash land.
Malone was on his way to London Luton Airport in England, where the rapper was set to perform at the Reading & Leeds festival.
Thankfully, the plane ended up landing safely and the vehicle 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.
A look: Flight trackers showed the plane circling over CT (right of this map) shortly after 1pm before making its way towards the NY airport just before 3pm.
Finally, the small jet landed safely at New York's Stewart Airport where fire trucks and ambulances had been waiting on the scene.