Drake has lost some big money after placing a bet on Argentina to win over France in the World Cup.
The Canadian rapper's $1 million bet on Argentina in the final FIFA match failed on Sunday, after the game saw an even score of 3-3, with a final score of 4-2.
While Argentina eventually topped France in a shootout, the "Rich Flex" artist bet in a market where extra time isn't counted and the result is determined based on the score after 90 minutes of play, according to Vulture.
In a now-deleted Instagram post, Drake showed users that he made the bet on Stakes — and he would've earned $2.75 million if he had won.
Footage of Drake confirming his support for Argentina also appeared on social media, where one clip with a friend showed him saying "I'll take Argentina, he'll take France," while wearing Napoli gear.
By now, the Toronto-native rapper is likely used to losing bets in the sporting world, where some have even blamed game losses on the "Drake curse."
As of recent, Drake has struck out on large amounts of cash after betting on other matches.
Earlier this year, he lost a $2 million wager on a UFC fight after middleweight champion Israel Adesanya was defeated by Alex Pereira during UFC 281 on Nov. 12 in New York.
Drake also lost more than $200,000 in May after putting his money on Formula 1 driver Charles Leclerc to win the Spanish Grand Prix.
Canadian sports fans also quipped at the rapper and his "curse" on social media after Team Canada was eliminated from this year's World Cup.
Canada are the first World Cup team since 1978 to attempt at least 20 shots and 1 penalty kick and not score a goal 😳
They took the pitch to 'Started From the Bottom'. The latest victims of the Drake curse 😅 pic.twitter.com/uHe69CLIAz
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) November 23, 2022
Ahead of the final 2022 World Cup match, Twitter users joked after learning Drake had placed his bet on Argentina, with some fearing his wager would jinx the team from winning.
Argentina fans seeing Drake has bet on them to win 😰 pic.twitter.com/t0nK36x3dN
— ESPN FC (@ESPNFC) December 18, 2022
When you think the Drake curse is finally broken… pic.twitter.com/l7wvSUJXxu
— ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) December 18, 2022
For real tho… drake gotta stop playing with the timeline
— The Guy (@MI_Abaga) December 18, 2022