He may be best known for feeling like a 'rock star' with 'green hundreds in [his] safe', but Post Malone showed he was happy to share the wealth, as he was spotted handing out wads of cash in a club in Miami.
In town on the same weekend as the Super Bowl, the singer took a visit to 11Miami, the city's 24-hour superclub, and shocked other customers by proceeding to carry boxes of cash through the crowd, handing out bundles of notes to people.
The boxes were reportedly stuffed full of single dollar bills, totalling $50,000 (£37,900), and with the help of staff in the club he made his way through a crowd of lucky clubbers.
Footage of the incident was posted to 11Miami's Instagram Stories, shared with its 194,000 followers.
He had just performed at Bootsy On The Water Miami Takeover at Virginia Key Beach Park, when he decided to pop into the famous club.
He was probably showing his new tattoo off to the crowd, which he shared with the world just before the turn of the year. What better way to ring the new year in than getting a huge menacing-looking tattoo on the side of your face?
Post Malone has added to his already full-on facial ink, filling out his impressive array with a new tattoo that depicts a hand holding a weapon.
The 24-year-old musician is famous for his tats and this new addition is definitely a standout piece. His tattoo artist shared a close-up of the rapper's new ink to Instagram so you can see it in all its glory.
It was accompanied by the caption: "Last tattoo of 2019. Gauntlet on the baby boy @postmalone love u. 2020 is going to be next level. Love you all."
And then the proud owner of the new art shared it himself, telling his 19.5 million followers to have a 'good ass new year'.
Post Malone isn't the only famous face to descend on the city as it prepares for the Superbowl. The likes of Lizzo, G-Eazy and more have been spotted in Florida, with Jennifer Lopez and Shakira both set to feature at the famous Halftime Show. Nicki Minaj will also be involved, as she is set to host the world-famous finale to the weekend.
The Super Bowl LIV starts on 2 February at 3.30pm (11.30pm GMT) and will see the San Francisco 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs. The annual championship game of the National Football League is the culmination of a regular season that begins in the late summer of the previous year.Featured Image Credit: Instagram/11Miami