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YouTuber Tests Post Malone's Diamonds To See If They're Legit

YouTuber Tests Post Malone's Diamonds To See If They're Legit

I'm sure this was a big relief for the rapper

A YouTuber has tested Post Malone's diamonds to see if they're legit. You can watch the moment below:

As you may have noticed, Post, real name Austin Richard Post, likes to pile on as much jewellery as he can - and seems to be particularly fond of diamonds.

YouTuber King Josh, who also goes by the name Simabpranks, approached Post with a high-tech little gadget that is able to either confirm or deny a diamond's authenticity.

Fancy, eh?

In the clip, the YouTuber announces: "We're here with Post and we're going to check out his diamonds." Before asking Post to talk him through his plethora of jewels.

Post shows off a massive star pendant made of sapphires, surrounded by diamonds, before moving on to the other items saying: "These should be diamonds... everything should be diamonds.

"I've got a bunch of fun s***."

King Josh/YouTube/Simabpranks

When asked how much his whopping amount of jewellery cost, Post replied: "More than my mama would like to hear..."

Fair enough.

Now, despite presumably spending an obscene amount of money on his bling, I reckon Post doesn't look 100 percent confident that they'll pass the test.

In fact, when Josh tests the first piece of jewellery and confirms they are legit he seems to look fairly relieved saying: "OK OK, we love it."

The YouTuber goes on to test the rest of his necklaces, all of which are packed with real diamonds, prompting Post to say: "Thank you for clarifying for me."

As well as splashing his cash on diamonds and sapphires, Post also has a generous side - recently donating 10,000 pairs of Crocs to front line workers in the US.

King Josh/YouTube/Simabpranks

In case you were unaware, Post joined forces with Crocs to create the wildly popular Duet Max Clog II Crocs, which very quickly sold out.

However, Post and Crocs have since stepped in and secured an extra 10,000 pairs which have been generously donated to those working on the front line during the pandemic.

Musicians On Call, an organisation that provides live and recorded music to the beds of patients, posted about the generous act on Instagram, writing: "As a special early #FrontlineValentines gift, we teamed up with @postmalone and @crocs, to offer our hospital partners nationwide a gesture of gratitude with extra comfort!

"Caregivers and staff are receiving their very own pair of Post Malone's fifth #pmxcrocs collaboration as a thank you for their brave work on the frontlines to keep our communities safe!"

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/King Josh

Topics: Celebrity, Music, Post Malone, YouTube