Post Malone Cuts Off His Mullet And Debuts A Brand New Haircut

Post Malone Cuts Off His Mullet And Debuts A Brand New Haircut
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The Stoney artist, Post Malone, is known for his eccentric personality and unique style, however, not everyone is a big fan. Some fans of Post will be glad to see his classic mullet shaved right off, although, as it turns out, he did it all by himself.

Post Malone is thrilled with the fact that he successfully managed to cut his own hair during the quarantine. Even though many non-essential businesses are slowly opening up across the United States and Canada, barbershops remain closed for the time being.

In other words, not everyone out there has the ability to cut their hair at the moment, unless they want to cut it themselves or have someone close to them do it. This explains Post Malone's decision.

The Hollywood's Bleeding artist shared an Instagram photo earlier this week in which he debuted his brand new hairstyle. You can check it out in the post below:

In the caption of the upload, Post Malone joked that he "cut his own mullet today mom." Other fans noticed that many of his tattoos look a bit faded, with many of those very same individuals urging the performer to get them touched up.

Moreover, several of the tattoos are on his face, which means they're receiving a lot more sunlight, thus, more attention is needed.

As most know, much of the United States is currently on lockdown still, in some form or another. Many businesses are finally starting to open up again, but with guidelines in place to thwart the spread of COVID-19.

With many performing artists needing to stay behind closed doors, a few of them have put on shows from their own homes to keep fans busy and entertained. Post Malone was one artist who engaged in a virtual beer pong tournament in which he was raising money for a COVID-19 relief fund.

It was reported earlier this year that the "Rockstar" artist planned a virtual beer pong tournament that involved the likes of Travis Kelce, Camille Kostek, Machine Gun Kelly, Trevor Bauer, and Johnny Manziel.

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