I thought it would be a good idea to bring back this gem, of Malone singing Hank Williams’ hit song, “There’s a Tear in My Beer,” with a 40 0z. Bud Light and a handle of Tito’s right by his side, in perfect Post Malone fashion.
The song was originally recorded by Hank somewhere around 1950, but wasn’t released until Hank Jr. re-recorded it with snippets from the original recording of his father in 1989.
Although an older video, I love to keep going back to this one to remind me that Posty might be one of the most versatile singers on the planet.
And of course, I have to go back to the guy’s covers of Sturgill and Paisley.
Post Malone Makes A Fan With Autism’s Day On His 21st Birthday
Is there a better example of why you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover than Post Malone?
Dude just seems like the most laid-back, good-hearted, just all around nicest guy out there, despite the fact that he’s a massive star and covered pretty much head to toe (literally) in tattoos.
I mean, just look at the pure joy on this guy’s face when the 90s country starts cranking:
Well Posty just keeps proving what an awesome dude he is, after a video surfaced this week of him greeting a fan with autism who was out with family celebrating his 21st birthday.
The heartwarming interaction was caught on video and posted to social media by the young man’s mom, Nicole Schumacher. According to an interview by TMZ, her and her son, Andrew, were out for a birthday dinner and Post Malone just happened to be at the table beside them.
And when mom told Posty that her son is a big fan, the star took the time to greet Andrew and wish him a happy birthday – introducing himself by his real name, Austin, and chatting with Andrew about what type of beer he chose for his very first.