Drake is an experienced rapper in the hip-hop industry. Outside of music, he has a variety of hobbies, including expanding his enterprises. Fans should be surprised to know that Drake has played in virtual gambling for over $1 billion since December.
Drake’s “Deep-Pockets” are undeniable. The six God has always had a hankering for gambling, and he’ll be scratching it in 2022. Drake has been known to put money down on sports betting, blackjack, and roulette tables.
Drake has found virtual gambling from the comfort of his own home to be a very profitable venture. He’s shared videos and photographs on Instagram showing him winning anything from $354,000 to $7 million on a single roulette wheel spin.
According to OurGenerationMusic, Drake played through online gambling business Stakes and his DeepPockets6 account has wagered over a billion dollars since joining the website on December 28, 2021. Drake even moved the roulette table to the courtside so he could spin the wheel while watching Toronto Raptors games at Scotiabank Arena.
“Had a extra seat for my laptop… may as well.”
Drake, Meek Mill, Lil Baby, and Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin on a trip to the Bahamas in early 2021, where they played high-stakes blackjack. Outside of music, Drake’s investments and ventures are on par with his gambling spree. The third season of HBO’s Euphoria has been renewed. Along with star Zendaya, Drizzy acts as an executive producer on the smash show.
So, With COVID-19 limitations making it difficult for Toronto casinos to operate, Drake has discovered that virtual gambling from the comfort of his own home is a very profitable venture. For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.
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