Post Malone went ghostbusting and got insulted by a spirit

It made for great viewing

Post Malone appeared on paranormal TV show Ghost Adventures this week, getting insulted by a spirit in the process.

Ghost Adventures airs on the Travel Channel in the US and rapper/songwriter Post Malone was this week’s guest.

During the episode, one of the hosts is shown asking a spirit what it knows about Post Malone, to which the spirit is alleged to have simply replied “dirty” and “afraid”.

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Watch the full episode below, as well as clips and photos.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4SSZQDFuc8

Post Malone has described his appearance on the show as a “dream” and admitted that he was “scared shitless”. See his tweet about it below.

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Last November, Post Malone addressed accusations of cultural appropriation and responded to a controversy over comments he made about hip-hop.

In an interview, Post had said that fans “looking for lyrics” and “looking to think about life” shouldn’t listen to hip-hop, suggesting they should listen to Bob Dylan instead.

Addressing accusations of cultural appropriation, Post Malone said: “A lot of people [are] saying I don’t appreciate hip-hop or I’m taking advantage of hip-hop. My last hip-hop album was fuckin’ hip-hop, my next hip-hop album is fuckin’ hip-hop. I love hip-hop, I make hip-hop. I wanna take this genre and stretch it so far that people who may not listen to it, listen to it.”

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About his original comments, Malone explained: “What I was trying to say is that a lot of people, except for a handful of artists, are saying the same shit, they’re not saying anything super meaningful.”

“I’m 22 years old,” he added. “I have not had all the life experience in the world to talk about the most meaningful shit. I just think about what I have gone through, what’s going on in my life, and what I wanna sing about. Never once did I say I don’t appreciate hip-hop. I’m just trying to keep living and make the music that I love.”

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