It’s simple as that – if you are one of the biggest names in the world of sports today, you should be staying away from Drake.
The Canadian rapper is clearly bad luck for anybody he roots for. You can ask Conor McGregor, Max Holloway, Toronto Raptors, Serena Williams, Kentucky, and etc.
— AustynZOGS (@Austynzogs) September 12, 2015
5 facts that shows the #DrakeCurse is real.
1) McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov
2)Aubameyang(Everton vs Arsenal)
3)Sergio Aguero(Tot vs Mancity)
*Man City lost*
4)Paul Pogba(Manutd vs Barca)
5)Anthony Joshua vs Andy Ruiz Jr
*Joshua lost* pic.twitter.com/V8o9y29gIC
— Oluwaseun Lawrenzi (@iamthelawrenzi) June 2, 2019
Drake’s latest victim is the former world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, who got shooked by Andy Ruiz this past Saturday night.
— Anthony Joshua (@anthonyfjoshua) March 21, 2019
Anthony Joshua was obviously aware of the curse and even promised to break it, but Andy Ruiz Jr. had other plans.
Conor McGregor’s coach – John Kavanagh apparently watched the upset that took place in Madison Square Garden and he’s clearly not a fan of the Canadian singer and he even let him know that he’s… not welcomed in his gym.
If drake ever tries visit my gym he's getting roundhoused pic.twitter.com/F0brI34Ovo
— Coach Kavanagh (@John_Kavanagh) June 2, 2019
— samuel vutukuri (@SamuelVutukuri) June 2, 2019
Kavanagh knows that Drake is bad luck first-hand. The musician was part of Conor McGregor team in the weeks before his highly anticipated fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 and the Irishman got humbled by the Russian. At least for the night.