Post Malone Pranks Customers at a Record Store

“Undercover Record Store Surprise .”

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Last week, Post Malone took Jimmy Fallon to Olive Garden for the very first time. Now, for the latest addition to his Omaze campaign, the 23-year-old decides to pull a unique prank on record store customers.

Specifically, Post Malone poses as an employee at a record store,  surprising unsuspecting visitors and hitting the floor to sell his Stoney LP; he even convinced a classical music fan to check out “Rockstar.” Since he does have a pretty serious acting gig ahead of them, maybe videos like this will help him sharpen his acting chops.

Post Malone’s new prank is being released to support his new Omaze campaign, which will earn one very lucky fan their own Bentley. You can check out Post Malone’s “Undercover Record Store Surprise” vignette above, and learn to participate in the Omaze campaign at its official website.

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