Post Malone Brings Out Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott For An Epic AMAs Collab
By Peyton Blakemore
November 24, 2019
With a barrette in his hair and a haunting set that was filled with chains, fire, and smoke surrounding him, Posty brought his hit "Take What You Want," which is off his third studio album, Hollywood's Bleeding, to life alongside his fellow collaborators.
The iconic Black Sabbath rocker — who surprised a sold-out audience at the Forum in Los Angeles on Friday (November 22) when he joined Post for the first-ever live rendition of their collaboration — kicked things off, belting out the single's chorus. Post then came in for his verse before being joined by Travis, who hit the stage in his usual Cactus Jack swag and sunglasses. The trio's performance concluded with a rockin' guitar solo from WATT, who is credited with organizing the iconic collaboration in the first place.
Before taking the stage alongside Trav, Ozzy and Watt, Posty first performed solo dolo, belting out his hit "Circles" while surrounded by half a dozen ceiling-high tree trunks —a definite rockstar moment.
Speaking of rockstar moments, last week, Posty had a casual 8 am turn up at his local hooters. TMZ caught up with Posty as he was leaving the world-famous restaurant —with a cold brew and cigarette in hand — shortly after the crack of dawn, and asked how he got the wing spot to open for him before their normal operating hours of 11 AM.
"I like to party," Post said jokingly before telling the real story. "We were sitting around at the house and we were trying to figure out what the hell to do so and we were like 'Hooters!' So we called Hooters and we talked to Mike and he was like, 'Let me talk to my boss and actually see if it was actually possible.'"
The "Circles" rapper went on to explain that he eventually got word that it would be cool for him and his buddies to swing by. So, they did and they were joined by a solo Hooters waitress and another member of the Hooters team for a once-in-a-lifetime Hooters experience.
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