Post Malone's Plane Making Emergency Landing, Two Blown Tires

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UPDATE (3:52PM): The plane appears to have landed safely. 

UPDATE (3:21PM): According to Flightradar24, the plane will fly by Stewart Airport for visual confirmation on the condition of the landing gear before it attempts to land

A plane reportedly carrying rapper Post Malone and 15 other people will attempt to make an emergency landing after two tires blew during takeoff. The plane departed Teterboro airport in New Jersey earlier today and is currently still in the air. It's likely the pilot is trying to burn as much fuel as possible before attempting to land.

According to ABC News, the Gulfstream IV took off around 10:50 a.m. after the jet's two front tires were blown. Once the pilot realized what happened, they began circling the airport. The plane was on route to London Luton Airport in Luton, England.

The jet was going to attempt to land at Westfield-Barnes Regional Airport in Massachusetts but has now been diverted to Stewart Airport, according to Fox News.

Just last night Post Malone performed at the MTV VMAs with 21 Savage and Aerosmith. 

Watch the live feed of the plane here and follow the plane's flight path using Flightradar24.

 
 
 
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