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Perth’s Post Malone: ​​Aussie fans go crazy supporting Red Hot Chili Peppers

As Perth fans count down to time post malone Taking the Optus Stadium stage, feedback from East Coast concert-goers is that the American rapper has outdone his main act.

The 27-year-old musician is on tour with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and wows crowds across the country with his opening act.

The tattooed rapper already has fan grace, but reports say he’s starting to score a few more with his latest performance.

Postie, as it’s affectionately called by its fans, has 51 million monthly listeners and over 19 billion streams.

He has collaborated with several artists including Doja Cat, The Weeknd and Ozzy Osbourne.

camera iconPost Malone leaving Perth Airport. credit: Ian Munro/Western Australian

The Chili Peppers had been criticized by some of the East Coast concertgoers for not performing one of their most iconic songs, Under The Bridge.

But Malone’s fans won’t be bothered by the leaked setlist.

He’s also won over fans with nods to Australian pop culture, wearing ADCD tops, Bannings hats, and shoes on stage through fans’ Converse.

Watch the video in the player above

The Herald Sun welcomed the rapper “A real charmer” It’s easy to see why his fans love him.

Arriving in Perth on Friday afternoon, Rockstar only had time to spend with the fans who greeted him at the airport.

Post Malone leaves Perth Airport today.
camera iconArriving in Perth on Friday afternoon, Rockstar only had time to spend with the fans who greeted him at the airport. credit: Ian Munro/Western Australian
Post Malone leaves Perth Airport today.
camera iconDisplay Malone’s signature sign at Perth Airport. credit: Ian Munro/Western Australian
Post Malone taking a selfie with a fan.
camera iconPost Malone taking a selfie with a fan. credit: Ian Munro/Western Australian

The new father, who welcomed his first child (daughter) last year, posed for pictures and signed autographs with a few fans before leaving the airport.

Post Malone will hit the stage at 7:15 p.m. Sunday at Optus Stadium, while the Chili Peppers will hit the stage at 9 p.m.

limited tickets still available Available.

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