Drake is a personality who is well renowned for his wagering background. However, he has made a significant amount of money, thanks to his interest in wagering. Drake recently asserted that he has wagered nearly $1 million on the Super Bowl.

Drake has disclosed his “psychotic” Super Bowl LVII wagers. The Her Loss singer shared on Instagram this week the various wagers totaling $965,000 that he has made on the Big Game through his gambling sportsbook partner Stake, with the Kansas City Chiefs taking on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, February 12.

Drizzy has placed wagers totaling $700,000 on the Kansas City Chiefs to win the game, $50,000 on Patrick Mahomes to score the Chiefs’ first touchdown and $50,000 on JuJu Smith-Schuster to score the Chiefs’ first touchdown.

Along with these wagers, he also bet $50,000 on the Kansas City Chiefs to win both halves, $30,000 on them to win each quarter, $25,000 on Travis Kelce to win MVP, and $60,000 on a tight end to win MVP. Drake could win almost $4.5 million if all seven of his wagers win.

“My psychotic bets for Sunday are in @stake. Pls do not analyze the logic behind these bets there is none.”

Meek Mill, an Eagles supporter, wrote on the picture, “bet a hundo real quick,” while Gillie Da King, also from Philadelphia, made fun of him, saying, “Dam drizzy u could of jus given me that money.” Drake’s $1.1 million wager paid off in January when the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship game to go to the Super Bowl, giving him a $2.1 million payout.

Drizzy had bet $850,000 earlier in the day on the San Francisco 49ers, who were defeated by the Philadelphia Eagles. He would have made an additional $1.9 million with a successful wager. High-stakes gaming is nothing new for the celebrity from Toronto.

Drake put up a parlay in October that included the Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, and Kansas City Chiefs and won $2 million. Drake won $25 million playing virtual roulette earlier in 2022, earning $12.96 million and $11.95 million on separate bets while awarding $1 million to lucky viewers on a Twitch live stream. For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.

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Muskan Sharma

Muskan Sharma is a law student at Calcutta University. She writes for Thirsty for News, covering world news and entertainment. In her free time, she enjoys traveling and exploring new places.

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