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Drake bets .15M on Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl win inspired by Taylor Swift fans

Drake bets $1.15M on Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl win inspired by Taylor Swift fans

Sign up to our free Living Well email for advice on living a happier, healthier and longer life Live your life healthier and happier with our free weekly Living Well newsletter Drake made a $1.15 million bet on the Kansas City Chiefs to win the 2024 Super Bowl in Las Vegas. The 37-year-old rapper reportedly made a wager through the cryptocurrency gambling site, Stake, of which he’s a partner. The “Rich Baby Daddy” artist bet on the Chiefs in honour of Taylor Swift. He wrote in an Instagram caption, “I can’t bet against the swifties.” Over the years, many sports fans have come up with conspiracy theories that there’s a Drake “curse.” When two-way MLB star player Shohei Ohtani was rumoured to be headed to Toronto, Drake’s hometown, for a meeting with the Blue Jays, he posted a photo of him wearing the player’s jersey. Shortly after, the rumours proved false as Ohtani signed with the Dodgers. In October of last year, the rapper bet $850,000 on Logan Paul to knock out Dillon Danis, but …

Singapore’s mean sea level may rise by up to 1.15m by 2100, exceeding previous estimates

Singapore’s mean sea level may rise by up to 1.15m by 2100, exceeding previous estimates

SINGAPORE: Step onto Singapore’s shorelines by the end of the century and you might find that sea water has crept landward, eating up a significant portion of the coast.  This might be a reality for some of Singapore’s coastline if carbon emissions continue to remain high, and Singapore does not protect its low-lying areas.  According to updated projections from Singapore’s third National Climate Change Study released on Friday (Jan 5), the mean sea level around Singapore will rise even higher than previously expected. The study is based on the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) sixth assessment report.  Previous projections forecast a mean sea level rise of up to 1m by the end of the century, but this third version of the study has revised the figure to 1.15m.   The study has also gone beyond the end of the century, projecting a mean sea level rise of up to 2m by 2150 under a high carbon emissions scenario. The projected figures are relative to the baseline period of 1995 to 2014.  “Low confidence” …