In what is probably one of the stranger things we’ve seen on the internet today, Bud Light revealed that Post Malone has now been gifted with the late Bud Knight’s helmet per his “Last Will and Testament.”

Um, dilly dilly?

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If you watched this year’s Super Bowl then you probably recall the collab between Bud Light and Game of Thrones.

Unfortunately, the collab commercial saw the demise of Bud Light’s mascot Bud Knight.

If you need a refresher, you can check out the commercial below.


Yesterday, the beer company took to Twitter to reveal the “Last Will and Testament” from the late Bud Knight.

“I, Bud L. Knight, being of sound mind and lighteth lager body, declare this to be my Last Will and Testament.

I devise, bequeath and give all my capes to King Barley, my daggers and maces to Queen Lady Evelyn, my lances to the fishmonger of Allavuanmore, my mini-fridge to facundo and my horse Peanut to the Wizard, on the condition that he doth not turn him into Bud Light.

My boots are to be melted down and turned into a candelabra.

My most prized possession, my helmet, I bequeath to my loyal friend Post Malone.

Bud L. Knight”


Today, Post Malone took to Twitter to share his newly acquired headgear and express his condolences to the Knight.


We’re sure Post will serve the kingdom well.

More on Post Malone
Yelawolf dropped a freestyle diss titled “Bloody Sunday” on—you guessed it—amSunday. In it, the rapper took aim at Post MaloneG-Eazy and (possibly but not really) Machine Gun Kelly.
After calling out G-Eazy, Yelawolf moves on to Post Malone for reasons that are still unclear. He claims “he don’t even rap” and says he’s only mentioning him because he wants a response.
Well, Yela got want he wanted because Posty came back with a response. He took to Twitter to say his piece:
“also Yelawolf is a nerd, and this tweet is the only support I will offer his album :)also @Yelawolf please show me all your chill bill shit please! Last I heard you was talking about how you wanted your shit like mine, I have a couple lenders, don’t worry! hmu dad :)”


The musician closed out his comments by stating, “also lmk when your band is done with your dookie and wants to play some actual good music 🤟🏼🤟🏼🤟🏼


What’s your take on the Bud Knight leaving his helmet to Post Malone? Sound off in the comments below!

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