Post Malone Flashes Utah Drivers License In New Doritos Ad
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Doritos has launched its new advertisement starring Post Malone. The commercial, which aired for the first time on the day of the Grammy’s during the NFL ProBowl, shows Post Malone eating Doritos’ new flavor, Limon. It is unclear whether the commercial will be seen during the upcoming Superbowl.
Malone is seen at the start of the advertisement taking a bite of a Limon flavored chip, his eyes turn green and music of one of his hit songs titled “Wow” starts playing. The camera quickly enters the brain of Malone through his green eyes, the chip has put Malone into a new dimension where his new name is Post Limon.
The rapper then drives down the street in a green sports car with a license plate titled “Limon”, gets a face tattoo of a Dorito chip under his left eye, before finally approaching a security guard at a nightclub flashing his Utah identification.
Malone has lived in Utah for a number of years after spending time in Hollywood, California. Malone has been vocal about his disdain towards Hollywood and his appreciation of the lowkey, mellow vibe that Utah brings. His recent album titled “Hollywood’s Bleeding” is a great example of his thoughts towards the celebrity hub.
“I did a show in this dope venue next to the Salt Lake and the salt flats in Utah, and I said, you know what, it kinda stinks out here, but this is so beautiful, this is so awesome, and at that time I was already sick of LA … I kinda just wanted to get away where I can have my own oasis. We’re building a studio out there right now.” Malone told Apple Music’s Zane Lowe in a recent interview.
Below is a video of his $3 million dollar home that is designed to survive an apocalypse. It sits at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon.
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