Drake and 21 Savage are being sued by Vogue over the pretend cowl they used to advertise their joint album Her Loss.
For the reason that begin of the promo marketing campaign, the duo has been spoofing a number of promo spots, together with a Vogue journal cowl, an SNL efficiency, a Tiny Desk efficiency and extra. However they may land in hassle for the pretend cowl they used for Vogue because the journal has determined to sue the rappers.
The lawsuit states that Drake and 21 led followers to falsely imagine the corporate would drop the particular version quickly which wasn’t the case after all. Condé Nast, which owns Vogue, claims the corporate and editor-in-chief Anna Wintour “haven’t endorsed [“Her Loss”] in any manner” and have requested a number of occasions for all promos utilizing the Vogue title to be taken down, however no motion has been taken but, in accordance with TMZ. They’re asking for all supplies to be taken down instantly and damages value $4 million.
Condé Nast additionally claims Drake and 21’s groups occasion despatched out a press launch about “celebrating Drake’s Vogue cowl” and handed out pretend magazines in varied cities throughout the nation. What’s extra, the journal even included a pretend pic of Anna posing with Drake.