Post Malone 'Ordered 500 Chicken Wings' For Him And His Crew
We've all got a standard Nando's order, haven't we? You're definitely thinking of yours right now, aren't you? Medium chicken pitta, extra pineapple (say what you want, idc), spicy rice, halloumi. Bish bash bosh.
That's a pretty standard single-person order, right? Maybe you'd get a platter to share - or for yourself, we're not here to judge. Well, that is unless you're Post Malone. He reportedly goes all out with 500 'hot' chicken wings - what an absolute animal.
According to the Daily Star, the rapper splashed out on the lavish order for himself and crew members when he was performing a two-night stint at The O2 Arena on March 13 and 14.
An insider told the Daily Star: "They practically shut down Nando's at 4pm especially for Post and his crew."
If you were to purchase 10 wings from Nando's it will set you back £10.95 ($14.55) therefore buying 500 would cost him £547.50 ($727). Not bad, not bad at all. He might have had a discount though for buying in bulk, who knows.
But it you thought forking out on nearly 550 quids worth of chicken was bad - it's nothing to Post Malone. He's known for his fast food orders, which makes us appreciate him all the more.
The 23-year-old actually spent $40,000 (£30,100) on food, grocery and alcohol deliveries from Postmates in a year... yep, you might earn half of that a year. Just the news you wanted to read on Friday night, right?
Posty was profiled by the delivery app and they revealed that the musician, who has been a member since 2016, is one of their best customers. Get that on your CV, LAD.
Postmates say that the artist has ordered nearly 3,000 items and made 660 purchases from 52 cities.
According to Popbuzz, Post toured for the majority of 2018 and nothing beats the post-gig munchies for him like his favourite fast food.
Whether it's in the studio or on tour, Postmates has become Posty's best friend. He ranks as their number one most dedicated customer.
Now, this is someone we could get on board with.
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