Plenty of celebrities witnessed the Kansas City Chiefs take the W on Sunday night! However, in addition to watching the game, Drake, Rubi Rose, and Offset threw their rich wallets into some Super Bowl bets ahead of it. Keep scrolling to see what happened with those risky moves!
To note, this year’s event was hitting on all fronts, from the head-to-head game to Usher’s halftime performance and Beyoncé stepping into her country era while getting Verizon to pick up the rollout tab!
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Who Put Millions On Which Super Bowl Bets?
As mentioned, Drake put some money down on the game, renewing his support for last year’s winners (also the Chiefs). He shared a screenshot of his bet on the Chiefs yesterday.
On Feb. 9, Drizzy bet 1,150,000 on the Kansas City team winning. In his caption, he wrote, “I can’t bet against the Swifties.”
As for how much he cashed in on today? Well, Kansas City scored a touchdown, beating the 49ers by three points in the 25-22 game. So, the rapper won $2,346,000 when Mecole Hardman caught a pass from Patrick Mahomes and drove it into the end zone!
See what Drake said about his extra millions.
Meanwhile, Rubi Rose focused more on individual plays for her Super Bowl bets. She put her coins on Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Isiah Pacheco, Harrison Butker from the Kansas City Chiefs, and Jauan Jennings. Her four picks had her up one million in Las Vegas on Sunday night!
A milli up….all it took was faith 🤲🏾 pic.twitter.com/gpvaM55JIr
— Rubi Rose (@RubiRose) February 12, 2024
Offset told his fans he put $1 million on the 49ers while traveling to the Super Bowl. That milly is now nada roomies for apparent reasons! The rapper shared two ‘fit checks, a video of Druski and another of Alicia Keys performing with Usher on his Instagram Story. But he hasn’t commented on allegedly losing his bet.
— theJasmineBRAND (@thejasminebrand) February 12, 2024
As for Usher Raymond, he used all 15 minutes of his halftime performance and listened to fan requests. He used every second to sing live, dance on every beat — even in roller skates — and exclusively highlight Black talent, former collaborators, and his hometown, ATL!