Drake loses $1 million on a World Cup bet he made on Argentina beating France

Famed rapper Drake suffered a significant financial loss after betting Argentina would defeat France in the World Cup final.

The Canadian superstar lost his $1 million bet on Argentina in the last game of FIFA on Sunday after a 3-3 draw and a final score of 4-2. Although Argentina ultimately defeated France in a penalty shootout, the “Rich Flex” artist had bet on a market where extra time is not taken into account and the result is decided on the score after 90 minutes of play.

Drake revealed to users in a since-deleted Instagram post that he had placed a bet on the Stakes and would have received $2.75 million if he had won. Social media users also saw a video of Drake expressing his support for Argentina, saying in a clip with a friend, “I’ll take Argentina, he’ll take France,” as he donned Napoli gear.

Always losing bets: Toronto-born rapper Drake is probably used to losing bets in the world of sports. Some people have even attributed gaming losses to what they call drake’s curse.

Drake’s previous losses: He recently lost a lot of money after placing bets on other sporting events. For one thing, he lost a $2 million bet on a UFC fight earlier this year when middleweight champion Israel Adesanya was defeated by Alex Pereira at UFC 281, which took place on November 12 in New York.

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The news that Drake had endorsed Argentina ahead of the crucial game of the 2022 World Cup sparked jokes on Twitter, with some users speculating that Drake’s bet would curse Argentina and prevent them from winning.

Response from Twitter users: Meanwhile, Drake’s latest losing bet was met with reactions from social media users. We’ve highlighted some of the reactions below:

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