Quavo Tells Drake "I Need My Chips With Dip!" After Winning Georgia vs. Alabama Bet


| LAST UPDATE 01/25/2022

By Mahlik Campbell
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When he's not inventing new rap flows, Quavo is all about cheering on his favorite sports teams. At the top of that list are the Georgia Bulldogs, so before they battled Alabama for the 2022 College Football Championship, he called out Drake for a bet…

Pulling up to the game in Indianapolis earlier this year, Huncho tagged Drizzy in an IG post and wrote, "U Kno Why I'm Here [Drake] We Are Locked In [And] We Are Down," adding the bag of money emoji and inferring the two had made a (likely expensive) bet.

The odds were barely in Quavo's favor, as the Bulldogs were expected to win by 3 points. (Quavo is a lifelong Bulldogs fan and lives in Atlanta to this day.)

But Drake was feeling cocky about his Alabama Crimson Tide, the defending national champs (at the time). He replied, "Just run me my bread after, nice and slow no sudden movements." Drake has been on the 'Bama bandwagon since at least 2018, even working out with a player in 2019.

You've probably heard by now that Georgia beat 'Bama 33-18, earning their first college title since 1980. Quavo didn't waste any time trolling Drizzy. "He ain't answer the phone," he said in a clip. "I need my chips with dip, baby."

(Drake coined the quote, "I want my chips with the dip!" after his Toronto Raptors won the NBA Championship in 2019.)

With 'Certified Lover Boy' reportedly being the only 2021 rap album to achieve 2x Platinum status, Drake should be able to come through with Huncho's money soon enough.

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At the same time, he recently had to deal with a bizarre rumor from an IG model who claimed he put hot sauce in a used condom to kill his sperm, making sure she couldn't get pregnant.

The 35-year-old seemingly addressed the chatter: "You can have your 15 minutes of fame… I'll take the other 23 hours and 45 mins." He also debuted a new owl chest tattoo while vacationing in Turks and Caicos.