Gulfstream jet allegedly carrying Post Malone makes emergency landing

Jet With 16 People On Board Trying To Land In Westfield With 2 Blown Tires

According to Western Mass News, the plane is a Gulfstream IV jet which took off around 10:50 AM, ET, from a small New Jersey airport on Tuesday morning.

The Rockstar rapper looked pretty relieved as he celebrated landing safely at Stewart International Airport following the terrifying ordeal. It was originally diverted to Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport in Westfield, Massachusetts, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said.

What happened to Post Malone's plane?

When the pilot realized the tires had blown, he began circling the airport for about 30 minutes before the jet was diverted. It was supposed to take Malone from New Jersey to London following his appearance at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards.

Fans of rapper Post Malone gathered because they heard he was on board.

"I just did it all in one-you know, my family and friends and stuff".

The jet was en route from Teterboro, New Jersey, to Luton Airport when it reportedly blew two tyres.

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After flying for several hours, which Fox 5 NY reported was in an effort to burn off fuel, it landed to a crowd of cheers.

Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport is a city-owned facility located near Barnes Air National Guard Base.

The pilot has reportedly been advised to burn more fuel before touching down in MA to ensure the safest possible crash landing. He most recently released the 2018 album "Beerbongs & Bentleys".

People reports 16 people were reportedly on board.

The flight was first diverted to Westfield, then redirected to upstate NY, where it landed safely yesterday afternoon.

Andrew Watt, a musician who collaborated with Post Malone on the song "Burning Man", was also aboard, CNN reported, citing a source with knowledge of the flight.