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How much you'd have made if you put £10 on all of Drake's Super Bowl bets

How much you'd have made if you put £10 on all of Drake's Super Bowl bets

Drizzy loves a bet on the big game

It's well documented that Canadian rapper Drake loves a good flutter and the Super Bowl is one of his big bets every year.

The 'God's Plan' singer has made public seven of his Super Bowl bets over the years and we're sure he'll be making this year's public soon, maybe even to divert attention away from another rather X-rated reason he might be going viral.

Real name Aubrey Graham, Drake is open about his love affair with gambling.

In total, it has been reported that he's wagered around $1 billion of his money throughout his years. That's not to say he has a billion to his name - he has won his fair share but also lost.

Either way, it shows he is serious about gambling.

On one occasion, he was spotted placing $200,000 on one hand of roulette. He even once posted to Instagram showing him winning a cool $1m on another spin.

Apart from casino games Drake loves to spend big on sporting occasions, such as the latest UFC bouts.

He won another $1m after backing fighter Israel Adesanya back in April 2023.

It's not been all sunshine and rainbows through backing Adesanya, though, with Drake losing $500,000 on his most recent bout where the fighter lost.

Drake loves a flutter.
Prince Williams/Wireimage

His record got so bad at one point that the internet created the idea of the 'Drake Curse'.

Long story short, his public backing of a sports star or teams has more often than not seen them lose, whether that's him wearing a team's kit or revealing a bet for them to win.

Italian football club Roma joked in 2019 that they banned all players from being pictured with him to avoid bad luck.

So what's his history with the Super Bowl? And what would have happened if you'd put a tenner on all the bets Drake had backed last year?

Drake's most recent Super Bowl bet was in 2023 where he backed the Kansas City Chiefs to win; a bet that came in good for the rapper.

He bet $965,000 and won $1.477m with the Chiefs just over evens to win the Super Bowl. So if you're putting a tenner on here, you're walking away with £21.10. A decent start.

The 2023 Super Bowl bet from Drake that won.
@champagnepapi/Instagram

Alongside the big bet, Drake took another six punts.

He backed both Patrick Mahomes and Juju Smith-Schuster to score the first Chiefs touchdown as well as the Chiefs to win both the first and second half.

Drake then backed the Chiefs to win every quarter, with Travis Kelce also backed to become the Super Bowl MVP. Drake then also backed the MVP being any player that was at tight end.

Drake at an NBA game.
Prince Williams/Wireimage/Getty Images

Sadly for Drake, he lost all six of those bets. The only positive was he wagered a lot less on them - between $30,000 and $60,000 - so he remained in profit.

It goes without saying if you'd backed all seven of Drake's bet at £10 a go you'd be in a red by almost £50. While he might be a musical idol to many, maybe stay clear of declaring him that when it comes to gambling.

Please gamble responsibly. For help, support and advice about problem gambling, contact the National Gambling Helpline anytime on 0808 8020 133

Featured Image Credit: Prince Williams/Wireimage/@champagnepapi/Instagram

Topics: Drake, Money, Sport, Super Bowl, US News, Gambling