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    Post Malone Revealed Which Rapper Is Terrible At Beer Pong

    "If you see this, come meet me again, we'll play again."

    Post Malone loves beer pong — like, a lot. He even once played a tense game with Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. (Post lost.)

    Post Malone accepts the Top Artist Award onstage at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards
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    Back in March, he hosted a beer pong livestream with Machine Gun Kelly to raise money for COVID-19 relief, too.

    Posty loves beer pong so much that he's got a new Messenger series, Celebrity World Pong League — and while promoting the show on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, he revealed which celebrity is the absolute pits at pong.

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    "Drake's no good," Post revealed. "He came backstage at the show in Toronto and we started playing beer pong. And I was just like, ‘Man, he sucks.'"

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    Despite insisting that Drake was "terrible" at beer pong, Post conceded that he'd be willing to face off against him again, delivering a direct challenge to the megastar rapper: "If you see this, come meet me again, we'll play again."

    Post Malone performs onstage during his "Runaway" Tour
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    OK, OK — but who does Posty think is good at beer pong? He also praised Kevin Durant's shooting skills, with a caveat: "...He's a cheater, because his wing span is like 10 feet. So his elbows were over the table, every time."

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    In case you needed more convincing that Posty takes his pong seriously: he's reportedly trying to establish a professional beer pong league, too. Where do we sign up?

    Post Malone attends Michael Rubin's Fanatics Super Bowl Party in 2020
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