Tyson Fury calls out Drake after he bet on Jake Paul to beat his brother
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Tyson Fury hilariously ripped into Drake after the star placed a massive $400,000 on the Tommy Fury and Jake Paul fight.
Drake shared with his fans the news that he placed nearly half a million dollars on Jake to win last night's boxing match against Tommy, with Tyson calling out the award-winning rapper for his unsuccessful gamblings and dubbing him a 'loser'.
He's left fans in stitches:
After an entertaining eight rounds packed to the brim with action, Tommy was finally crowned the victor and was thrilled to be taking home the cash prize of $1 million as well as able to keep his family name - alongside unlimited bragging rights until the next rematch.
And what a mistake that was.
Now being hailed by Jake himself as the 'Drake curse', the Canadian rapper bet a whopping $400,000 against Tommy in the hopes that Jake's victory would bring him an expected $1,440,000 payout.
The rapper shared the bet to his 132 million followers on Instagram and Jake has since joked that it was this monetary pressure that ended up costing him the game.
"F***! This is Drake's fault! Drake, bro, why did you do this to me?" he joked in a post-match conference.
However, two-time world heavyweight champion Tyson has now called out Drake for the bet against his little brother.
Speaking to BT Sport, he laughed: "It looks like Drake lost his money!"
Calling the Grammy-award-winning artist 'Drakey', Fury went on to chuckle about how Drake had flushed '335 bags down the toilet'.
Also the victim of a dodgy bet, Tyson went on the reveal: "Here, let me tell you a secret, I lost mine too because I bet for the knockout!"
"We're two losers," he added.
With that said, Tyson was quick to share his praise for both his younger brother and Paul, noting that 'both guys did amazing'.
A 'very proud' big brother indeed, Tyson said the match was 'as big as any World Title fight' he'd seen.
"It was one way then the other, one way then the other," he recalled, noting just how eventful the highly-publicised match was.
"I think Tommy boxed the head off him [Paul] at times and won 90 percent of the rounds but it was still competitive at times also," he explained.
Giving some credit to his brother's opponent, Fury added that Paul was 'better than I thought he'd be, to be fair'.
Dubbing the fight as 'unbelievable', Fury went on to say he was 'very, very happy' with the way it went down.
He said: "If Jake Paul lost, it doesn't mean much, he's a YouTuber but if Tommy Fury lost - the Fury fighting dynasty brother of the world heavyweight champion.
"He had a lot of pressure on him tonight and he held up really well."