Post Malone Announces Virtual Beer Pong Tournament With Celebrity Friends

Funds from the eight-day event, dubbed "The Ballina Cup," will go toward coronavirus relief efforts.

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Post Malone

A beer pong tournament during this time of self-isolation? Post Malone has found a way.

Posty and his good friend MIKE—FKA Mike Stud—took to social media this weekend to announce "The Ballina Cup," an eight-day beer pong tournament that will be broadcasted online. According to TMZ, the online event will feature 16 teams with big-name players: We're talking Machine Gun Kelly, Rob Gronkowski, Camille Kostek, Johnny Manziel, Kansas City receiver Travis Kelce, as well as MLB pitchers Trevor Bauer and Mike Clevinger—all of whom will participate from their own homes via Instagram Live.

The tournament will reportedly kick off next week, with two games going down per night. The winning team will walk away with a trophy, while others will receive wrestling belts and chains.

TMZ reports the participants will pay an entry fee, which will be donated to coronavirus relief efforts.

Though Malone is apparently hunkered down at his home practicing social distancing, the "Circles" artist is still putting in work inside the studio. His manager, Dre London, recently posted a photo of himself and Posty with a captioned that confirmed they were locked in album mode.

"I’m sorry I can’t stay away from my brother Posty! I’ll take the chance!" London wrote on Instagram. "Tonight we made a smash on FaceTime now we gonna just go into Quarantine Album mode! If we don’t connect energy how the🌎gonna enjoy this summer?🤷🏽‍♂️Let’s Get It!! See You Soon bruv!"

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