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North Carolina dad credits $100,000 lottery win to Post Malone concert


Post Malone performing at a concert

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So, this guy from North Carolina won the lottery all because of a delayed concert! Can you believe it? So, this dude named Zachary Sharpe and his family were super excited to go see Post Malone perform in Charlotte. But guess what? The concert got delayed because of some bad weather. Bummer, right? Well, since they had to wait for an hour, they decided to head back home to Lexington. On their way, they stopped at a gas station and Sharpe bought two lottery tickets. And guess what happened? He won $300 on the first ticket and a whopping $100,000 on the second one! Can you imagine? He was so shocked that he almost fainted! Sharpe said that he couldn't even speak when he found out. It was a total surprise for him and his family.


Now, after paying taxes, Sharpe ended up with a little over $71,000. That's a lot of money! He plans to use it for school, bills, and savings. Smart move, right? Oh, and by the way, even though the concert got delayed, Sharpe said it was amazing. Post Malone really knows how to put on a show!


Oh, and here's some more news about Post Malone. His song "Something Real" from his new album, Austin, is being used to promote college football on ESPN. How cool is that? Post Malone is really making waves in the music world!


So, remember, sometimes unexpected things can lead to awesome surprises. Just like how a delayed concert led to this guy winning the lottery. Life is full of surprises, my friend!

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