Post Malone denies drug use again amid concerns about his weight loss
Post Malone turned away from Australian bar over his tattoos
Post Malone insists he’s ‘happy and healthy’ amid fans concern over weight loss
Post Malone tattoos daughter’s initials on his face
Post Malone let go of his rockstar lifestyle after having his daughter.
The 28-year-old rapper opened up about the changes he has made since welcoming a baby girl last year with his fiancée, whose identity has been kept private.
“Having a baby really put a lot into perspective, and it’s really slowed me down a lot, party-wise, going out and being crazy,” he said on “The Zane Lowe Show” Wednesday.
He added of his success, “Now I just want to take a second and enjoy it.”
The “Circles” musician admitted that the transition from the party lifestyle to fatherhood has come naturally.
“I really love hanging out with my baby, hanging out with the lady, playing video games in my garage, working on projects. That’s what I love to do. So it hasn’t been that hard,” Malone said.
However, the artist has not gone completely cold turkey. Instead, he keeps his partying on a smaller scale.
“The difference is I don’t rage in social settings,” he explained. “It’s usually me and a buddy and we just stay up super late until the sunrise and were just drinking and sitting out on the car and hanging out listening to music. Removing the social aspect of it.”
Malone confessed that he “used to go nuts but this is significantly better.”
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Although the Grammy nominee keeps his relationship with his fiancée out of the spotlight, he also shared their relationship has improved since their daughter’s arrival.
“There used to be a time, especially at the beginning of our relationship, that I would just disappear for a week,” he said. “And I was like, ‘Oh man, that’s so shady. I’m such a turd.’ But now I don’t and it’s been surprisingly easy because this is the stuff I’ve always wanted to do. I’m a homebody. It’s been super easy.”
Malone has yet to reveal his daughter’s full name publicly, but he revealed he got her initials — “DDP” — tattooed on his forehead in October 2022.
The “Better Now” artist, whose real name is Austin Richard Post, has become known for his heavily inked appearance and even got turned away from Australian bar over his tattoos in February.
“They turned me away for my tattoos,” he told the West Australian at the time. “I’ve never really experienced anything like that.”
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