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Food delivery app Postmates has revealed that rapper Post Malone (real name: Austin Richard Post) has spent more than $40,000 on the site in the past year.
The company, in a new weekly series called “The Receipt,” called him the No. 1, most-dedicated Postmates customer — he’s ordered about 3,000 items on 660 orders in 52 cities.
The artist’s top 10 favorite places to order from are, in order: Sunset Blvd. grocer Pink Dot, Chick-fil-A, Ralphs, Burger King, Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, KFC, Petco, Panda Express, GameStop and CVS.
Malone’s go-to menu items include the Chicken Love Me Tenders, Lord of the Fries and Really, Really Good Mozz Styx from Big Daddy’s, or the combination of six biscuits, five chicken tenders dinner and a quarter pound of popcorn shrimp from Popeyes. One of his favorite Ralphs’ orders is melatonin and garlic bread.
The “Better Now” singer has apparently gotten better at ordering over time — he’s developed special requests, like asking for “the most expensive chess board they have” at Target and asking to “open boxes a little so it doesn’t get soggy” when indulging in Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers.
And it pays off to be Malone’s delivery man; he once gave away his CD with his unreleased songs as the tip.
Malone, who won for favorite pop/rock artist at the American Music Awards and walked the red carpet holding a solo cup, is known for his love of junk food. On the Tonight Show this month, he took host Jimmy Fallon to the Times Square Olive Garden for the first time and taught the comedian how to eat a breadstick “Post Malone style,” by biting 2 mm off the top and then spreading on butter.
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