Post Malone Makes Bet With Michael Irvin & Dez Bryant

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North Texas native Post Malone bet some Cowboys legends that he would get another tattoo on his forehead while he was in Dallas for a concert.

Michael Irvin, a member of the Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame, shared a video on Twitter on Thursday showing him having dinner with Drew Pearson, another member of the Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame, Dez Bryant, and musician Post Malone, who was born in Grapevine.

In the video, Irvin first raises a glass and declares that if the Cowboys win this season, everyone at the table must "replicate the supper" in Arizona.

Then Post Malone raised the stakes by announcing that if the Cowboys don't just make it to the Super Bowl, but win it all, he'll get a fresh tattoo in memory of Michael Irvin on his forehead.

Malone has always been a diehard cowboys fan. When was a young child, he and his family moved to Grapevine after his father accepted a position as the Cowboys' concessions manager. Since then, he has been recognized as a Cowboys supporter.

Post Malone spoke with the Cowboys great about his "Hail Mary moment" when he relocated from Grapevine to Los Angeles to pursue his music career in a different Twitter video from the same evening that Pearson shared on his page.

In sports, the term "Hail Mary" became well-known thanks in large part to Pearson.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach made the "Hail Mary" play famous in 1975 when he connected with Pearson for a 50-yard touchdown pass that gave the Cowboys a victory in the playoffs.