Drake has placed a 'psychotic' $700,000 bet on the Kansas City Chiefs to win the Super Bowl

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  • Drake has placed a $700,000 bet on the Kansas City Chiefs to win Super Bowl LVII.

  • He's also bet on Patrick Mahomes to score a touchdown, and Travis Kelce to be named MVP.

  • The Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Arizona on Sunday.

Drake has shared his bets for Super Bowl LVII, which include a $700,000 punt on the Kansas City Chiefs to win.

The Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles in the final game of the 2022 NFL season at State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday.

The Eagles are the bookmakers' favorites to win.

Using the cryptocurrency betting platform Stake, Drake also put bets on the Chiefs to win the game in both the first and second half, and Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster to score touchdowns.

Drake also bet that Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce will be named the game's most valuable player.

"My psychotic bets for Sunday are in," Drake wrote on Instagram on Thursday, alongside screenshots of his various wagers. "Pls do not analyze the logic behind these bets there is none."

Smith-Schuster commented on the post: "Say less."

Drake has a history of mixed success when it comes to betting on major sporting events.

In December, the "Rich Flex" rapper lost $1 million betting on the World Cup final between Argentina and France, according to The Independent. Though he had successfully chosen Argentina to win, his bet was contingent on the match not going to overtime.

He also lost $275,000 when Colby Covington defeated Jorge Masvidal at UFC 272 in March 2022.

For last year's Super Bowl, however, the 36-year-old made a profit of around $300,000 in bitcoin after correctly betting on the Los Angeles Rams to beat Cincinnati Bengals, according to MailOnline.

It isn't just sports Drake likes to bet on.

According to HipHopDX, he won and lost $25 million playing virtual roulette with French Montana in July 2022.

"You know what that deserves? Ah haaan!" Drake yelled while celebrating a bet that came in, according to HipHopDX. "And I got my special guest in the building, take a seat. Ladies and gentlemen, I'm here with my brother, my twin, my lookalike Montega."

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