Drake Loses $60,000 Bet on 2016 NBA Finals to French Montana
Countless people across the globe lost money betting money on the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, and it seems A-list rappers are no exception. Yesterday (June 19), French Montana took to Snapchat to gloat about winning a $60,000 wager against hip-hop heavyweight, Drake.
In the brief clip, French states to the camera, "Shout-out to my brother Drizzy Drake for that 60 bands, 'cuz you ain't believe in LeBron." Unless you live under a rock, you know that LeBron went for 27 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists in a 93-89 Game 7 victory over the defending champion Warriors. Golden State was the favorite heading into the series thanks to a record-setting, 73-win regular season, which bested the 1996 Michael Jordan-led Bulls squad.
Drizzy hasn't taken the time to respond to French's video, but it's a good bet he's not to worried about losing 60K. The Toronto artist recently beat out 50 Cent to make the cut on Forbes' 2016 Hip-Hop Cash Kings list.
On the music side of things, French and Drake have a collaboration dropping soon on the New York rapper's forthcoming album, MC4. The record is titled "No Shopping," and the two recently shot the music video in a tropical location.
You can view the video above, taken from French's Snapchat feed and then added to XXL's Instagram page. Keep it locked to XXL for all things French Montana and Drake. Views remains one of the most popular albums out, and MC4 is sure to contain plenty of bangers, including the Kodak Black-assisted "Lockjaw."
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