Drake places $1.15M Super Bowl bet inspired by Taylor Swift

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If the Drake curse is still alive, San Francisco 49ers fans might as well start celebrating now.

The rapper is known for “cursing” players and teams because of his past associations with them.

Recently, he posted a photo of himself in a Shohei Ohtani jersey when the two-way MLB superstar was rumored to be headed to Toronto, Drake’s hometown, for a meeting with the Blue Jays.

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Drake and Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift and Drake attend the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards at Barclays Center August 25, 2013, in Brooklyn. (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for MTV)

The rumors turned out to be false, and Ohtani signed with the Los Angeles Dodgers shortly after.

Drake too who placed an $850,000 bet on Logan Paul to knock out Dillon Danis in October, and Paul actually won by disqualification, resulting in a forfeited bet.

The “God’s Plan” artist was also tight with members of the 2016 Golden State Warriors and 2019 Alabama Crimson Tide. Drake also developed a friendship with Johnny Manziel while he was still in college, and Manziel had no success in the NFL.

Most of the jokes have been put to rest since his hometown Toronto Raptors, a team he represents as a global ambassador, won the NBA Finals in 2019.

But it is clear that the curse is not completely dead.

And that has to make Kansas City Chiefs fans nervous.

Drake in a black shirt and long chain raps into a microphone while on stage in Atlanta

Drake is riding with the Chiefs. (Prince Williams/Wireimage/Getty Images)

Drake is a partner with Stake, a gambling site where bettors bet cryptocurrency. On the site, he bet $1.15 million on the Chiefs to win this year’s Super Bowl.

Apparently, it is inspired by Taylor Swift.

“Can’t bet against the swifties,” Drake wrote in an Instagram caption.

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In case you’ve been living under a rock, the pop sensation is dating Chiefs star Travis Kelce.

The Chiefs are underdogs, with the line somewhere between 1.5 and 2.5.

Travis Kelce wraps his arm around Taylor Swift during the NFL playoffs

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce (Patrick Smith/Getty Images)

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