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Lady Gaga Super Bowl Trump Bet

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Published on:
Jan/28/2017

There are so many great Lady Gaga Super Bowl bets.  One of the more popular, not offered at all online gambling website, is whether the recording artist will mention US President Donald Trump.

Will Lady Gaga Say "Trump" At Any Time During The Super Bowl Halftime Show?

Will Lady Gaga Say "Trump" at HT Show on SB LI?

Yes

330 – Pays $33 for every $10 bet.

No

-500 – Pays $10 for every $50 bet (the $50 is refunded only if this bet is a winner).

NO is the favorite after it was revealed that the National Football League may have told Lady Gaga, a Hillary Clinton supporter, not to mention the new President.

The NFL, however, has insisted they did not demand the Halftime performer sustain from mentioning Trump.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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