Musician Post Malone flew on a private 16-passenger airplane that had to make an emergency stop at New York this week. He was grateful for all of those who were concerned for him, and had less kind things to say for those who were rooting for him to not make it.

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The Gulfstream Aerospace GLF-4 luxury jet Malone was traveling in left New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport around 10:50 a.m., but not before the pilots realized its tires had blown. Malone, 23, was hoping to land at England’s London Luton Airport for his next show, but the plane had to make an emergency landing. While it was initially planned to land back in New Jersey, it ultimately performed its landing hours later at the Stewart International Airport in New Windsor, New York.

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Shortly after landing, Malone spoke with TMZ through FaceTime, admitting that he isn’t a fan of flying. Malone also informed the publication that he was in desperate need of alcohol, saying, “We’re here. And we’re here on Earth. And I need some beer. And I need some wine. At the same time, mixed together.”

Additionally, the rapper took the time to tweet out confirmation of his safety. He thanks people for their concerns while also confessing that he “can’t believe how many people wished death on me on this website.”

Dre London, Malone’s manager, was present alongside his client for the turbulence, later discussing it on an Instagram Story. “They told us to get in position for landing,” London explained. “Landed safely, guys. Been circling the air for hours but we’re good. We’re good. We landed safely. I heard it’s all over the news and how crazy it is.”

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