By Camille Nzengung
Oct 24, 2018 @ 1:45 pm

Post Malone is just one man. But boy, is he capable of extraordinary feats.

No, he has not cured cancer, nor has he been to the moon nor solved the world's most infamous mystery: Who did bite Beyoncé? Nay. Instead, after riding the success of Beerbongs & Bentleys, the rapper's debut album, to international superstardom, the 23-year-old did something we never in our lives believed we would live to witness: In just one year, he spent $40,000 on Postmates.

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Yes, Postmates, the app that delivers food and convenience store items on demand. (He has "always tired" tattooed under his eyes, so we guess it's no surprise that he's too lazy to hop in said Bentley for a trip to the corner store.) I mean, is there any feat more aspirational than hitting the big time and blowing your money not on cars, jewelry or clothing, but on on-demand garlic bread? Let us tell you, friends, there is not. 

The revelation was made on Postmate's weekly show, The Receipt, during which it was revealed that the artist ranks as the delivery app's No. 1 customer. So, just how did the rapper achieve this feat? We’re here to answer all your burning questions.

Okay first thing's first: What's a Post Malone? 

While there’s a very real chance that you’ve probably never heard of the Syracuse native, we’re almost positive you heard a few of his hits, like “Congratulations” and “Rockstar,” over the past year. 2018 in particular was huge for the singer, who dominated the award circuit picking up two American Music Awards, one Billboard Music Award for Top Rap Song, and MTV Music Award for Song of the Year.

He's also known for cheating death numerous times, including earlier this summer when his jet made an emergency landing, as well as when his former home was burglarized. You win some (fame), you lose some (peace of mind). But that hasn't got him down: 

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What's on the menu?

Posty seems to be never without his Postmates, no matter if he’s working on an album in the studio or even on tour. In the past year, he’s ordered roughly 3,000 items on 660 orders in 52 cities nationwide. His orders span 289 different merchants, but these are these 10 often make a re-appearance:

1.Sunset Blvd. grocer
2. Pink Dot
3. Chick-fil-a
4. Ralphs
5. Burger King
6. Popeye’s
7. KFC
8. Petco
9. Panda Express
10. GameStop 

What does a Post Malone order look like?

They say that you can tell a lot about a person from their Postmates order. Well, it’s clear that the rapper loves to indulge. Here’s a snapshot of what he orders:

1. Chicken Love Me Tenders, Lord of the Fries, and Really Really Good Mozz Styx from Big Daddy’s

2. Popeye’s six biscuit, five chicken tend and quarter pound of popcorn shrimp combo

3. Melatonin and garlic bread from Ralph’s

Never stop never stopping, Mr. Malone. 

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