"I've never really experienced anything like that..." he said in disbelief.
Post Malone was denied entry into the chic Rooftop At QT bar in Perth on Saturday night.
As The West Australian and The Daily Mail Australia report, Post Malone and his crew weren't allowed into the fancy bar due to a dress code violation.
Post Malone reportedly went against the venue's dress code, which strictly prohibits "face, neck, and offensive tattoos".
Post Malone is covered in tattoos and does have face tattoos, including the words "Always Tired" underneath his eyelids, "Stay Away" above his eye, a thin sword on his cheek, two playing cards (one ace of spades) on his forehead, and many more.
"They turned me away for my tattoos... I've never really experienced anything like that," Post Malone said to The West Australian.
The Daily Mail Australia has reached out to QT Hotels for comment.
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Post Malone showed up ready to convert a few new fans at Red Hot Chili Peppers' first show of their current Australian tour at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane.
His warm vocal delivery, hot dance moves and worn AC/DC t-shirt get the crowd onside fast as he lays down a string of radio favourites, from I Like You (A Happier Song) and Better Now to the set-stealing I Fall Apart, a literal mic drop moment that sees him lie down on the stage to sing.
Confidence personified, Postie struts around the stage, striking flamboyant poses and getting up close to ecstatic fans in the front row.
Rockstar is a set highlight for the crowd and for Postie himself, giving him the opportunity to recreate the cliched guitar smash and drink toss, and although it’s hard to watch another guitar fall victim to the stage, the broken pieces make great souvenirs for front row fans.
For anyone expecting an earful of autotune, the set full of passionate, powerful vocals is a breath of fresh air, as is Postie’s genuine gratitude and excitement. “There’s nothing you can’t do in this life, " he says, and Brisbane is inclined to believe him after a performance like that.
Last year, Post Malone expressed interest in making a country music album.
“To be honest, there’s nothing stopping me from taking a camera or setting up in my studio in Utah and just recording a country album [to put] on YouTube,” Malone said in an interview with Howard Stern on SiriusXM. “I’m allowed to do that; I’m a human being.”
He insisted: “If I get another year to myself, maybe I’ll make a f****** country album.”