Post Malone has helped a man afford his house deposit after meeting him at a bar.
Gregor Hunter Coleman was performing a gig at Glasgow’s Wunderbar earlier this week when the 'Sunflower' rapper walked in.
After his set, Post Malone, who is currently on his Twelve Carat tour, approached Coleman and told him he 'smashed' it.
Coleman told the outlet: “He said, ‘Do you want a drink?’ I was like, ‘Listen, I’m saving for a house so I’m not drinking just now.
"Which was daft, my mates were, like, ‘Why did you turn down a drink from Post Malone’?”
The rapper respected Coleman's decision and instead invited him to do a set at his concerts official after-party.
"He started saying, how much will you charge? I said 'nothing, it's Post Malone, this is the chance of a lifetime'," Coleman added.
"He got talking to me and he offered to help me out with my house deposit."
Coleman, still startled by the experience, recalled the entire encounter as bizarre.
Following his after-party set, the 'Rockstar' singer also took down the Glaswegian's number and promised to listen to some of his music.
"Hopefully he's still interested and he still wants to hear them and he likes them. If not then it's back to the drawing board," Coleman added.
What a wholesome and awesome response from someone at the peak of their career helping out someone trying to make it big in the same industry!
And amazingly, this isn't the first time the singer has been generous with his cash.
In 2020, the 27-year-old began handing out USD $50,000 to a crowd at a Miami club.
In town on the same weekend as the Super Bowl, the singer visited 11Miami, the city's 24-hour superclub, and shocked other customers by carrying boxes of cash through the crowd, handing out bundles of notes to punters.
The boxes were reportedly stuffed full of single dollar bills, totalling a staggering USD $50,000 for each person.
A video was posted to 11Miami's Instagram Story, with many praising the rapper for the random act of kindness.
One person wrote: "Post Malone really took out $50K in singles [a]n[d] threw it in the club last night."
And another said: "Everybody his homie when he walks in with bands like that."
A third wrote: "Mr Beast: finally a worthy opponent," while another commented: "Lol that's blessings fr."Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@gregorhuntercoleman / Imagespace / Alamy Stock Photo