Alabama beat Georgia in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game on Monday night, and when they did, the Crimson Tide helped Drake earn a lot of cash, courtesy of Quavo. Drake took to Instagram to share a video of him talking to Quavo about a bet they had apparently made on the game.
“I need all my chips!” Drake yelled at Quavo. “Ay, I need all my chips. Quavo, I need my chips with the Huncho Jack dip, my boy! What’s up?”
But as it turns out, the “chips” Drake was referring to may have been, well, actual chips.
TMZ Sports caught up with Quavo on Wednesday to talk about taking an L to Drake. And while he admitted that it was a tough one to take, he also flashed a bunch of cash and claimed he didn’t really lose any money to his fellow rapper.
“It was a friendly bet, that’s all,” Quavo said, before responding to the money Drake showed off on IG. “He had some money in his hand? How much money did he have in his hand? [flashes money] But nah, it was a friendly bet, just a friendly bet. We bet on Huncho Jack chips with dip. Just Huncho Jack chips with dip. We got a sauce. He want to be the first one with it. No money.”
Based on the reaction Drake had to Alabama winning the game, we don’t know if we’re buying Quavo’s story here. It doesn’t seem like Drake would have been as worked up as he was if a “friendly bet” was the only thing he had on the line with Quavo. But regardless of whether Quavo is sending Drake real chips or the “chips” Drake was talking about in his Instagram Story, it appears as though Quavo will be just fine. Check out the clip above to hear him talk about the more heartbreaking aspect of the CFP final—the loss that his Bulldogs took in overtime.
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