/  01.11.2022

Quavo is looking to collect his money from Drake after winning a bet about the College Football National Championship. The Migos rapper had his wager on the Georgia Bulldogs, who took home the win on Monday night (Jan. 10) after beating out the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Reveling in the victory, Quavo called Drake live from the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, but the phone rang through to voicemail. “He ain’t answer the phone,” the “Bad and Boujee” emcee said. “I need my chips with dip, baby. I need my chips with dip. My boy.”

He later commented on a blog post that jokingly referenced YK Osiris’ outstanding debts with rappers. “[DRAKE] GON PAY THO,” he wrote. “HE’S NOT YK OSIRIS.

Before the win, Drake assumed he would win the bet. When the Atlanta rapper shared a post of him in the crowd, the 6 God teased, “Run me my bread right after nice and slow no sudden movements.” Unbeknownst to him, he would be the one running his pockets.

Drake and Quavo have a history of betting, especially during games between the aforementioned teams.

After the Crimson Tides beat the Bulldogs for the championship in 2018 Drake eagerly requested his victory money. “Quavo, I need my chips with the Huncho Jack dip, my boy!” he said at the time. Four years later, the Georgia Bulldogs won the rematch, cementing the team’s first championship victory since 1980.

Following his exchange with Drake, Quavo took some time to celebrate with the members of the Atlanta team. He was spotted embracing quarterback Stetson Bennett and turning up on the field and in the locker room, where everyone was spotted rapping the lyrics to his group’s song “Straightenin.”

Look below to see the clips of Quavo and the Georgia Bulldogs at the College Football National Championship.

 

 

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