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Post Malone Thinks People Shouldn't Be Fined If They Don't Wear Masks During Coronavirus Pandemic

The "Circles" hitmaker recalled the first time he allegedly saw an unexplained aerial phenomenon in NY, when he was 16, during a four-hour interview on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast.

While talking on the "Joe Rogan Experience", Post Malone said that he believes that everyone should be wearing masks for safety. It's unclear as to when we'll get to see Post's episode air, but it should be an interesting one when it does eventually drop - one has to wonder if the pair will see eye to eye on the issues discussed. "I was in upstate New York", Post explained. My aunt and uncle were very strict and we had to go to bed at a very strict deadline, probably 10pm. I was looking out the window with my cousin and it's just a light that just stays there and then just fuckin' goes off. He went on to reveal, however, that he's also witnessed UFOs in his new home of Utah as well as in Southern California.


He said: "I can't tell you how many times, because I used to live in Tarzana, there was a balcony and it looked... like a classic force field".

"It's like me in school having to tuck in my shirt or else you get detention", Malone noted. The artist said he was against fines that cities have imposed on people for not wearing masks. "It's weird to be forced to wear something", the 25-year-old multi-hyphenate pop star said. "I don't remember what tour it was, exactly, but there were supposed to be 5,000 people to show up and then we end up getting to the show and there's 17,000 people, so we had to move it outside of the venue, right on the Salt Flats". You shouldn't be forced to wear a mask-but you should. "And that's because I respect you as a follow human". He's also now an actor, appearing opposite Mark Wahlberg in the Netflix film "Spenser Confidential"; has his own line of Crocs; and launched his own rosé wine this summer.

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