Everybody's favorite Indonesian viral star Rich Chigga surprised "White Iverson" singer Post Malone with a Mariachi band at Rolling Loud festival last weekend. Chigga reportedly ordered the Yelp-reviewed Mariachi band in Miami ahead of the rapper's set at the festival. Chigga felt Post needed to get hyped before taking the stage, so he brought the band along for a hilarious rendition of Post Malone and Quavo's track "Congratulations." Watch it above.

The cost of the band? A smooth $300 per hour, which ended up coming to $1,000 after Post Malone showed up late for Chigga's surprise. It all came out of the "Dat Stick" rap sensation's back pocket - which you can only assume are significantly less full than Posty, who has a platinum-selling album under his belt after Stoney achieved the status at the end of March. Revisit his original video for "Congratulations" below.

Want more from Rich Chigga? You'll be getting it on Friday, when he releases a new song alongside controversial rapper XXXTENTACION. Head here for the full story.

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