A pilot whose plane blew two tires with 16 people aboard after taking off from Teterboro Airport was headed to MA for an emergency landing, authorities confirmed.
The plane carrying the rapper and 15 other passengers left Teterboro Airport around 10.50am on Tuesday bound for London. The pilot soon realized what had happened and began circling the airport for about 30 minutes before the jet was diverted.
In air traffic audio - obtained by TMZ - the pilot makes it clear, they've lost a tire, and asks for permission to circle above. he also makes it known there are 16 people on the plane.More news: Nokia 9 launch teased, event scheduled on August 21
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Rap superstar Post Malone is now in a precarious spot, aboard a private jet about to make an emergency landing. Air traffic control officials decided the plane needed to burn more fuel before landing and directed it to fly to MA.
A plane is stuck in mid air over New Jersey, attempting to land after blowing two of its tires off during takeoff. The jet had 3,700 gallons of fuel to burn, according to the outlet. Malone won Song of The Year for "Rockstar".