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Drake Curse Is Back As Baltimore Ravens Lose After He Shouts Out Lamar Jackson

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Drake Curse Is Back As Baltimore Ravens Lose After He Shouts Out Lamar Jackson

Is Drake Curse Real Or Another Coincidence?

Toronto rapper Drake has been facing several accusations on being a bad luck to any sport team he supports. The infamous ‘Drake Curse‘ has been a thing of concern in the sporting world for years now.

While it’s hard to tell how real the curse is, the level of coincidence is becoming alarming and recently he is believed to have costed the Baltimore Ravens a loss in their game.




Last year, Drake was spotted wearing an Alabama sweatshirt just days before they lost to Clemson, and Nigerian British boxer Anthony Joshua also lost his fight to Anthony Ruiz after posing with Drake and vowed to “break the curse,” but he couldn’t.

Drake Curse Is Back As Baltimore Ravens Lose After He Shouts Out Lamar Jackson

Drizzy also showed support to Conor McGregor before he lost to Khabib, and not to forget about Serena Williams who entered the U.S. Open in 2015 as the top seed and ended up losing to unranked Italian player Roberta Vinci, while Drake was spotted among the spectators.

Well, it seems to have happened again as Drake decided to show some love to superstar QB Lamar Jackson and wish him a happy birthday on January 7th.

Drake gave him a shoutout on IG, while sharing a pic of his sweatpants that read “Trusss” on it, the famous catch phrase of the Ravens this year and Mark Ingram.




Just after the shout-out, fans instantly feared that the curse was already in effect, including Ravens own safety DeShon Elliott, who asked him to wait until after the Super Bowl.

And again, Ravens lost Saturday night at home to the Tennessee Titans 28-12. Now sport fans are kind of convinced Drake Curse is real. See some reactions below :




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