Drake Puts $700k On Chiefs SB57 Odds, Will Drake Curse End?

  • Drake bet $700k on the Kansas City Chiefs +110 odds to win Super Bowl 57.
  • The Drake curse started in 2015 when he backed Serena Williams.
  • Drake also bet on Patrick Mahomes anytime TD odds and Travis Kelce to win MVP.

PHOENIX – Drake has officially claimed his next victim for the “Drake Curse” as he posted to his Instagram that he put a whopping $700k on the Kansas City Chiefs moneyline at +110 odds.

It was clear that Drake was going to back the Chiefs being that he cashed on them winning the AFC Championship Game with a $1.1 million bet. Online sportsbooks we’re sure of this also having listed odds on which team he was going to side with between the Chiefs and Eagles where Kansas City had -350 odds of being his preferred team.

The Kansas City Chiefs were not the only stop on Drake’s list of Super Bowl 57 bets, both Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce made the list as well. He laid action on Mahomes +500 NFL odds to score a touchdown and Kelce’s odds to win the Super Bowl MVP at +1200.

Victims Of The “Drake Curse”

Yes, Drake did cash on the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game, however, the list of his successful tails is short with the Toronto Raptors 2019 Championship being one and both of Tyson Fury’s wins over Deontay Wilder being the others.

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The list of victims that he has cursed though is extensive. It all started in 2015 when Drake was pushing hard for Serena Williams to win the U.S. Open and capture a Grand Slam title as well. Williams made it all the way to the U.S. Open final and came up short.

In the combat sporting world, bettors might as well just fade whatever he chooses. In the UFC, he sided with Conor McGregor (+130) over Khabib in 2018, Kamaru Usman (-345) over Leon Edwards in 2022, and Jorge Masvidal (+255) over Colby Covington in that same year. In 2019, he chose Anthony Joshua to defeat Andy Ruiz as well.

In the basketball world, in 2016, Drake took the Golden State Warriors -210 series odds over the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the NBA Finals where Golden State gave up a 3-1 series lead. In 2014, Drake took the Kentucky Wildcats -150 odds to win the CBB National Championship game and they ended up losing 60-54.