Drake loses $1M on World Cup bet against Argentina

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Drake lost a lot of money after placing a wager that Argentina would beat France at the World Cup.

After the match saw an even score (3-3), the Canadian rapper lost his $1 million wager on Argentina in the FIFA final match. The final score was 4-2.

Argentina will eventually win. topped France in a shootout. The “Rich Flex”, artist, bet in a marketplace where extra time wasn’t counted. The result is determined based upon the score after 90 minutes. Vulture.

In a now-deleted Instagram post, Drake showed users that he made the bet on Stakes — and he would’ve earned $2.75 million if he had won.

Drake posted an Instagram post in which he revealed that he had used Stake to place $1 million on Argentina beating France at the FIFA World Cup. (Photo via Instagram/@champagnepapi)

A clip of Drake confirming his support to Argentina was also posted on social media. clip With a friend, he said to him “I’ll Take Argentina, He’ll Take France” while wearing Napoli gear.

The Toronto-native rapper is probably used to losing sports bets. Some even blame the “” for game losses.Drake curse.”

Drake is a recent winner of large sums of money after placing bets on other matches.

He had already been diagnosed with cancer earlier in the year. lost a $2 million wager UFC fight after Israel Adesanya, the middleweight champion was defeated by Alex Pereira in UFC 281 in New York.

Drake also lost more $200,000 in May, after he placed his money on Charles Leclerc, a Formula 1 driver, to win the race. Spanish Grand Prix.

Canadian sports fans can also enjoy quipped at the rapper After Team Canada was eliminated from the World Cup, he shared his “curse”, on social media.

Twitter users laughed after Drake placed his wager on Argentina in advance of the final 2022 World Cup match. Others feared that Drake’s wager would cause the team to lose.

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