Post Malone Says He’s Seen Multiple UFOs: It’s “Getting Pretty Weird Here”
Post Malone has revealed that he has witnessed unidentified flying objects above American cities in a series of close encounters that began when he was just 16 years old.
Speaking on the Joe Rogan podcast, the genre-fusing rapper said he believed there’s been a spike in extraterrestrial activity on earth, and that it’s been “getting pretty weird here”.
Recalling the first incident, he said: “I’ve seen one. I was probably 16, in upstate New York, and it would just stay there [in the sky]. My aunt and uncle were very strict and we had to go to bed at a very strict deadline, probably 10pm. I was looking out the window with my cousin, and it’s just a light that stays there and then just fuckin’ goes off. Just, ‘whoosh’. You can’t explain it.”
Post – real name Austin Post – reflects that this is a ‘medium’ memory, but one that has been reinforced by more recent events in different American cities.
“I used to live in Tarzana,” he says. “There was a balcony – and it sounds corny – but there was a classic force field. When you think of a force field, and it’s kinda like a dome, in a circular shape, and it just [quickly] goes back in. In Tarzana, looking down at the fucking city. I’m like, ‘How did nobody else see this?’ But I was there with four other people, and they saw it, too.”
The stories come in the wake of former blink-182 frontman Tom DeLonge’s successful campaign for the Pentagon to release three alleged UFO videos in April this year. In 2017 and 2018, the musician’s organisation To The Stars Academy Of Arts & Science published three clips captured by Navy pilots showing strange objects which rapidly accelerated in U.S. airspace.
As a result of the Pentagon acknowledging the videos, Tom has renewed his commitment to pursuing the mysterious technology, finding more answers, and making sure that similar mysterious stories are told.
Post Malone, meanwhile, has been making the most of his unexpected free time in the USA, mulling over the follow-up to his 2019 multi-platinum album Hollywood’s Bleeding.
Check him out on the Joe Rogan podcast below:
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