Post Malone has proven off his new ink – a large cranium tattooed onto his head – in addition to a brand new shorter haircut.
Publish, actual title Austin Richard Publish, shared a snap on his Instagram account displaying off the tat alongside the caption: “I’ve minimize my hair even shorter, additionally skeletons are cool.
“Unfold your coronary heart as a lot as you possibly can. A bit of love goes farther than you assume.
“Keep sturdy and hold kicking ass. Love, Austin.”
The brand new tattoo joins the a number of others he is obtained splashed throughout his face, together with the phrases ‘at all times drained’ underneath his eyes, some barbed wire, the phrases ‘keep away’ and a fancy-looking sword.
When requested by Tim Westwood why he determined to start out tattooing his face, Publish mentioned: “Something to p*** my mum off.”
Earlier than including: “It isn’t proper. I obtained a face for radio anyhow, so why not?” Honest sufficient.
In keeping with TMZ, 50,000 of bottles of his Maison No. 9 had been bought in simply two days within the wine’s pre-sale.
His booze was so in style that it reportedly brought on gross sales platform Vivino to crash on the primary morning of pre-sale as a result of it merely could not deal with the overwhelming demand.
He mentioned: “Rosé is for whenever you need to get just a little fancy. It is a good change up and I’ve been interested by doing my very own wine for some time.
“It was nice to work with International Model Equities as a result of they noticed the imaginative and prescient and we obtained to do some tremendous cool stuff. Maison No. 9 goes down clean, and also you’re all going to adore it!”
In keeping with the tasting notes, Maison No. 9 has ‘aromas of freshly picked fruit, resembling ripe pineapple, pear and strawberry’ with ‘hints of candy French desserts as soon as uncorked’.
The outline goes on: “The clear, dry, crisp end is balanced and spherical with a texture that’s mouthwatering and savoury, excellent for consuming by itself or with quite a lot of dishes.”