Post Malone Lost in Beer Pong to Patrick Mahomes and Got His Autograph Tatted

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BALTIMORE, MD - MAY 19: Musical artist Post Malone attends The Stronach Group Chalet at 143rd Preakness Stakes on May 19, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for The Stronach Group)

Post Malone has to walk around with this L forever. πŸ˜…

He's one of the most passionate beer pong players in the music industry. Maybe even the entire world. 

But when Post Malone tried to compete with Chiefs superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes β€“ before he was making over half a billion dollars β€“ and Pro Bowl tight end Travis Kelce, things didn't exactly go his way.

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In a new interview with GQ, Mahomes said that on the same day the Chiefs were celebrating their Super Bowl LIV win with a parade in Kansas City, Posty happened to be performing later that night.

After being gifted a suite at the Sprint Center for their superior on-field performance, Post invited the duo backstage for a "quick hello." Mahomes brought a jersey as a thank you, even though Post is a loyal Cowboys fan.

With drinks flowing, Post challenged them to a "friendly game" of beer pong. "I guess he loves beer pong," Mahomes suggested. "That's, like, his thing."

Kelce was "unconscious" with the flick of his wrist. He later admitted, β€œI don't know if I've been that hot on the pong table ever in my life.” They ended up winning 14 or 15 games, causing Post to grow frustrated. He even brought in tour opener Swae Lee for a few substitute tosses.

The 25-year-old was willing to do anything to win. Through an email, he told GQ's Clay Skipper that he's a "pretty f*****g competitive beer pong player.”

Then, after being reminded that he still had a show to do, Post went all out, asking his opponents to write down their signatures and claiming that he would get the words tattooed if he took another loss. β€œHe has a tattoo artist literally in the room,” Mahomes said.

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Welp, he woke up with a set of fresh forearm tattoos, which you can see above, courtesy of TMZ Sports.