After nine months, Post Malone finally came through and paid YG his 20 stacks.

You may recall back in January, Posty, who is currently on tour, announced that he bet YG $20,000 during the NFC Championship Game between the Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams. Of course, the Rams beat the Cowboys 30-22, which led them to the 2019 Super Bowl.

On Wednesday (Oct. 9), Posty’s manager, Dre London, jumped on his Instagram page and shared a video of himself delivering the $20,000 personally to YG. The special delivery reportedly happened during Tyla Yaweh's music video shoot for "I Think I Love Her," which features the Bompton rapper.

“It’s about muthafuckin’ time,” said a cheerful YG, adding, “I’ll see you again in the playoffs little young pimp. You’ll get your bet back.”

But before London could leave, YG had to inspect the money. “Hold up, I gotta make sure this muthafucka is all there, all real. Man where the scanner?” he jokes.

YG has been looking for his 20 bands since May. In an interview with Power 106, he joked that Posty was cheap when asked why he hasn't received his payment.

“Posty is acting cheap. I can get why he’s cheap, ‘cause he don’t even get his hair done," he joked. “I’m on Posty, he owe me money. He already know, when I see him, ‘Bro where are my dollars, where’s it at?”

You can watch YG finally get his $20,000 from Post Malone below.

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