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Post Malone Says Justin Bieber Donated $10 Million to a Religious ‘Cult’

Post Malone and Justin Bieber have had their ups and downs. Now, White Iverson claims that his “Deja Vu” collaborator is in a religious cult.

Speaking with Rolling Stone, Malone calls Bieber “a fucking awesome, great dude” and “a genuine friend,” before expressing thoughts about Hillsong, the megachurch that Bieber attends.

“He’s gotten super-religious recently,” she said. “Real culty.” When his longtime girlfriend disagrees, he continues, by alleging that Bieber has donated $10 million to the church.

“It’s a total cult,” he explains. “He’s already given them, like, $10 million. Those are the worst kinds of people. I used to be super-religious. I believed in God. But now I see through it. It’s nice to support something you believe in, I guess, but people are spending so much money, and God doesn’t care that your church has a fucking gold roof.”

He admits that he hasn’t told Bieber any of this because they “don’t talk about this stuff.” A source, however, denied that Bieber has given $10 million to the church.

Malone has collaborated and toured with Bieber in the past. Last year, he reportedly fought at a nightclub. Post would later call it roughhousing between friends. “if we was fighting someone would have done something instead of just sit around while the beibs gets chokeslammed,” he tweeted.

Elsewhere in the article, Malone shares a “disconcerting” gun collection, including M14, M1911, Walther PPK, Glock 19, AR-15, and .44, to name a few of his weapons. “A lot of people are sensitive about it these days, but it’s an American right to own a gun,” he says. “It kinda sucks that now we have to live in fear of going out to a concert, but there’ll always be bad people, and if bad people want firearms, they’ll get ’em no matter what.”

The rapper, who currently resides in Tarzana, Calif., also reveals plans to move into a 13,000-square-foot home in Northern Utah that will cost about $3 million. “It’s free country out there,” he added. “Like, you can buy suppressors in Utah. You can do open-carry. Walk into the grocery store with a handgun on your hip. Cowboy shit.” He grins. “I can’t wait.”

Malone is gearing up to release Beerbongs & Bentleys, the follow-up to last year’s Stoney. The album’s first single, “rockstar,” has been No. 1 on the Hot 100 for five weeks and counting.