Post Malone couldn’t be with his fellow cast members for the world premiere of Netflix’s “Spenser Confidential,” because the pop/hip-hop star is in the midst of a tour that checks into Chase Center in San Francisco on March 19.
So, Malone decided to send some a special surprise to Mark Wahlberg and the other stars of this comedy-thriller during the event on Feb. 27 at the Regency Village Theatre in Los Angeles.
He sent burgers. But they weren’t just any old burgers. They were Wahlberg’s own Wahlburgers, sent via Postmate to the red carpet.
It was a cool surprise, as “Walhberg and co-stars Winston Duke and Iliza Shlesinger watched in awe as a huge semi pulled up to the carpet carrying Postmates employees armed with a gaggle of Wahlburgers,” according to a news release.
Yet, Wahlberg did have some advance notice that it was coming, via a video messaged tweeted by Malone.
“I’m sorry I can’t be at the premiere tonight, but I Postmated you something very special to make up for it,” Malone said in the message.
— Posty (@PostMalone) February 28, 2020
Wahlberg responded on Twitter, thanking Malone for the food.
— Mark Wahlberg (@markwahlberg) February 28, 2020
“Spenser Confidential” hits Netflix on March 6. It’s the acting debut of Post Malone, “who plays Squeeb, a prison inmate who remains well-connected to the outside world,” according to a news release. Wahlberg stars in the title role of Spenser.
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