Post Malone ordered $40,000 worth of takeaway food in one year and it's a whole mood

25 October 2018, 13:31

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Nicky Idika

By Nicky Idika

Yeah, this is definitely you.

Post Malone is no stranger to the excesses of life. His song "Rockstar" is proof that what Post wants, Post gets. That apparently goes for Postmates as well. According to the popular takeaway app, Post Malone spent $40,000 on food delivery over the last 400 days.

Post Malone was profiled by his favourite food app, Postmates, who revealed that the artist, who has used the app since 2016, is truly one of its most prolific customers.

Postmates say that the musician has ordered nearly 3,000 items and made 660 orders from 52 cities. That would make sense. Post has toured for much of the year and nothing beats the post-gig munchies like your favourite fast food.

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So, what's on Post's list of favourite food spots?

Posty seems to love Popeye's chicken, as evidenced by the fact that he apparently ordered $8,000 worth of biscuits during Coachella (mostly for fans).

According to TMZ, the rapper also enjoys Chick-fil-A, Panda Express, and Burger King.

The star isn't all about the greasy goods, though. Postmates revealed that Posty threw a party earlier this year in which he ordered 3 packs of rolling papers, 4 bottles of cabernet sauvignon, 2 bags of ice, "2 handles of Tito’s Vodka" and other items totaling $850.

We're going to assume Post is sharing with his friends most of the time, so the astronomical $40k is probably down to his generosity. If this is what Post meant when he said "party like a Rockstar", we have to say, it's a whole entire mood.

On top of spilling the tea on Posty's food preferences, the app also called him their "#1 most dedicated customer". This is pretty much the celeb equivalent of being on a first-name basis with the people who work at your local takeaway.

Now that we know some of his takeaway preferences, the urge to call him Postmates Malone is... too great.

What would be your Post Mates go-to if you were a "Rockstar" and could you beat Post's $40,000 spent in 400 days?