Vogue SUES Drake & 21 Savage Over PHONY COVERS Used To Promote Joint Album

After offending Vogue with their album commercial, Drake and 21 Savage are now facing a $4 million lawsuit.

According to TMZ, Conde Naste, the parent company of Vogue, has launched a lawsuit against the “Her Loss” rappers. According to legal documents received by the publication, Drake and 21 promoted their collaborative album “Her Loss” by appearing on what appeared to be a genuine VOGUE cover, giving fans the impression that the firm will soon release the limited edition.

Condé Nast is disturbed by some media outlets’ coverage of the matter since it is wholly false. They claim that the business and its editor-in-chief, Anna Wintour, “have not endorsed [“Her Loss”] in any way.”

The firm further asserts that after repeated requests, none of the platinum-selling rappers have removed any of the promos that use the Vogue brand. Without making any mention that it was a satire, Drake and 21 both uploaded pictures of the fake covers. Even the magazine was tagged, and the caption featured a shout-out to Anna.


Additionally, according to Condé Nast, fans were emailed by Drake and Team 21 about “celebrating Drake’s Vogue cover.” The bogus copies were distributed by street teams around the nation as promised. A twitter user said they received the publication while out and about in New York City.

According to reports, the parent company of Vogue is asking a judge to immediately ban the use of the Vogue mark and award them at least $4 million in damages.

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