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Post Malone Says He's "Not On Drugs" After Concerns About Onstage Behaviour

Post Malone Says He's "Not On Drugs" After Concerns About Onstage Behaviour
March 8, 2020 - 20:56 / Lucas Anderson

Post Malone is causing worry for his fans with viral videos of his recent onstage behaviour. But the musician says he's "not on drugs." See the videos and Post Malone's full comments below.

Post Malone is currently on his "Runaway Tour" in support of his album, Hollywood's Bleeding. But videos from the rapper's recent performances have begun to generate concern for his health. Fans are worried he's struggling with alcohol and drug abuse.

In the videos, Post Malone is seen stumbling and struggling to get up. He's also seen rolling his eyes and handling the microphone oddly.

Post Malone's tour video

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Post Malone, "Sunflower" rapper, reassures his fans

In a concert that followed the growing concern, Post Malone addressed his behaviour onstage

"I'm not on drugs," he said. "I feel the best I've ever f--king felt in my life. And that's why I can bust my ass for these shows and f--king fall on the floor and do all that fun s--t. But for anybody that's concerned here, I appreciate the love and the support, but I feel f--king fantastic and I'm not doing drugs."

Rapper Post Malone attends the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

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Post Malone songs

The 24-year-old rapper is known for hit songs including "Sunflower" (from Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse) and "Circles." He first gained attention with his debut single, "White Iverson," in 2015.

Post Malone has received six Grammy Award nominations for his music. He has a devoted online fanbase, which is keeping a close eye on its beloved rapper!

Give "Sunflower" a listen below if you're unfamiliar with Post Malone. The video is approaching 1 billion views on YouTube.

Post Malone and Swae Lee's "Sunflower" from Spiderman Into the Spider-Verse