Drake reportedly loses a million-dollar bet in the World Cup final despite betting on Argentina

Drake reportedly lost a $1m (around £818,000) bet he had placed on the World Cup final.

The final took place on Sunday (December 18) and saw Argentina defeat France on penalties.

However, Drake – who had reportedly put his money on Argentina – lost his bet due to a formal error. vulture reports.

Drake apparently bet that the team would win on a ‘1×2’ market bet, meaning the team must win within regular time.

Regulation time is the normal length of a football game before overtime is allocated.

But unfortunately for Drake, the game had to go into extra time and penalties after France scored in the last minute.

Fans have joked that Drake is cursed when it comes to the sport as several teams have lost after he publicly expressed his support for them. AS Roma even banned his team from taking photos with him.

In other Drake news, the “Hotline Bling” singer shocked fans after revealing he had a custom necklace made for him, allegedly from all the times he thought about proposing to a partner.

The artist is jokingly put under a sporting curse after several teams lose after he assists them

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The new diamond necklace appears to be made entirely of engagement rings, which he intended to use to propose.

Dubbed Previous Engagements, the necklace was apparently made to “honor all the times he’s thought about it but never done it.”

The piece contains a total of 351.38 carats of diamonds made up of 42 engagement rings.

Alex Moss in New York, who made the necklace, shared the necklace on her Instagram page, describing it as “a true wonder of the jewelry world.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/drake-bet-world-cup-final-argentina-b2247821.html Drake reportedly loses a million-dollar bet in the World Cup final despite betting on Argentina

JOE HERNANDEZ

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