A plane carrying rapper Post Malone made a successful emergency landing in New York after blowing two tires during takeoff.
Federal Aviation Administration said sixteen people were on board the small jet, which took off at Teterboro airport in New Jersey. Rapper Post Malone was among the plane’s passengers.
The Gulfstream Aerospace GLF-IV aircraft, was diverted to Stewart International airport in Orange County, New York, the FAA said.
Emergency crews were standing by at the airport to meet the plane, which made a safe landing. Passengers could be seen hugging someone on the ground as they exited the plane Tuesday afternoon.
“i landed guys. thank you for your prayers. can’t believe how many people wished death on me on this website. f— you. but not today,” Malone tweeted after landing.