Drake sparked the Super Bowl scene by betting an incredible amount of Bitcoin on one of the competing teams. Can you tell if fans are excited about this unexpected development? Swifties. The Rich Baby Daddy singer recently bet millions of dollars on the Kansas City Chiefs winning against the San Francisco 49ers. However, there’s a twist. Records show that the teams or individuals he supports often end up losing.
Drake bets big in Bitcoin on Kansas City winning
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Amid the ongoing controversy stemming from the leak of his explicit videos, the rapper made a surprisingly bold bet that went beyond what most people would consider reasonable. Drake, who is known for making big bets, as evidenced by his frequent posts on social media, seems unable to resist the Swifties’ influence this time around.
He recently posted online a photo of himself betting $1.15 million for the Kansas City Chiefs to beat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 15. “You can’t bet on the Swifties,” he captioned the post, along with a photo of $1.15 million being wagered against a potential payout of about $2.3 million.
Will ‘Drake’s Curse’ haunt the Kansas City Chiefs?
While Drake seems happy and confident in the Kansas City Chiefs’ chances of winning, Taylor Swift’s fan base seems confused. This confusion is due to the well-known “Drake Curse” phenomenon. This is a theory widely circulated on the Internet that suggests athletes and teams supported by Canadian rapper Drake are bound to face defeat at their respective sporting events.
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Super Bowl 2024 Predictions
Predictions vary, but many analysts suggest it will be a close game with one team having a slight advantage based on several factors. According to the predictions, Kansas City is likely to win. Several factors contribute to this that shouldn’t be underestimated, including Patrick Mahomes’ back-to-back Super Bowl appearances and the Kansas City Chiefs’ formidable defense.