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Drake Wins Big Over Bet on Gervonta Davis to Beat Ryan Garcia

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You need to see Jay-Z’s inspiration motivation over Gervonta Davis’s Saturday win. Majorities of hip-hop and more loved how Ryan defeated his opponent Ryan Garcia. Hov and Gervonta Davis might be celebrating big, but they are not the only one doing that right now. Drake is another bigger under the same Gervonta Davis.

By nou should have known that Drake is a bet lover. However, sometimes he wins, and other times, he might lose. But in the case of Gervonta Davis vs Ryan Garcia, the God’s Plan rapper has won it big again. Of course, he took home a huge amount of money from the fight.

How does Drake place his bet? Is a technical reasoning despite the fact that it is a game of loss or win. At least it’s not the first we are seeing the rapper cashing out. Just like the FIFA WORLD CUP, Drake has once placed a bet and has got about $1.38 million for betting on Davis to beat Ryan Garcia in his boxing match.

Drake loves placing Bet from $1Million and that will always bring him huge returns. He bet on Davis to win Ryan with a sum of $1M. He also shared the stake on his Instagram story showing the potential winning which $1M will bring back for him.

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According to Drizzy’s bet with Stake, a sports-betting app, he won in total $1.38 million for choosing Davis to win. “Tank Day aka pay day,” the 6 God captioned the image of his bet slip.

During Gervonta Davis‘ post-fight conference, a reporter told the 28-year-old fighter that Drake won a substantial amount of money on his boxing match. Davis jokingly responded that he needs some of his winnings.

“Tell him I need half of that!” he joked at the 1:05-mark below, possibly alluding to the infamous Drake curse. “It’s pretty cool to have people like that believe in me. It made me push even harder, so shout out to Drake and the rest of the people that back me.”

From what we have understood so far about Drake’s ways of making, it’s obvious that he also making money from sports. Earlier in April, Drake took home another nice payday after Israel Adesanya knocked out Alex Pereira at UFC 287 to regain the middleweight title.

The rapper placed a $500,000 bet on Adesanya to win, which returned $885,000, along with a $400,000 bet for him to win by knockout, which returned $1.8 million.