The recent NBA finals win of James LeBron and the Cleveland Cavaliers has made French Montana richer by $60,000. All thanks to Drake losing a bet with the rapper.
Montana took to Snapshot to celebrate the NBA championship win of the Cleveland Cavaliers against the Golden State Warriors, E!News reported. He also called out Drake for losing a bet that the two musicians made. Montana even chided Drake for not believing in LeBron’s basketball prowess. "Shout-out to my brother Drizzy Drake for that 60 bands, 'cuz you ain't believe in LeBron,” he said in the Snapshot video. Drake has yet to respond to Montana’s Snapshot message.
Drake and Montana also recently enjoyed a holiday in the Dominican Republic where they shot the music video for their new collaboration piece titled “No Shopping,” according to Rap-Up. Photos of their vacation and behind-the-scenes footage were also shared on social media. The track is included in Montana’s upcoming album “MC4” that is set for release on Aug. 19.
Meanwhile, following the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2016 NBA championship win, LeBron, along with his teammates celebrated their victory with a Las Vegas party on Monday. The team arrived at Las Vegas’ XS Nightclub at Encore at around 1 a.m., Entertainment Tonight reported. The champions were welcomed with cocktail servers holding up placards that read, “We Believed.”
The servers were also wearing jersey tops that bore LeBron’s “23” number. The Cavaliers enjoyed a night of dancing in Las Vegas and toasted the NBA win with bottles of Moet champagne. After the Las Vegas party, the team flew off to Cleveland where they are set to mark their 2016 NBA championship victory with a parade on Wednesday.
LeBron was one of the big winners during game 7 of the NBA finals. He scored a total of 27 points with 11 assists and rebounds. The Cavaliers took home the trophy after defeating the Golden State Warriors with a 93-89 win.