Friday, November 11, 2022

Drake and 21 Savage Ordered to Stop Using Fake Vogue Cover

This week Condé Nast filed a $4 million copyright infringement lawsuit against rappers Drake and 21 Savage after they created a fake issue of Vogue to promote their joint album "Her Loss [click here if you missed that]."

A judge has issued an injunction...

From USA Today 

A judge ruled Wednesday in favor of Condé Nast, Vogue magazine's publishing company, which filed a lawsuit against the artists for creating and distributing a "counterfeit" Vogue magazine to create buzz ahead of the album's release last week.
U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff issued a temporary restraining order and a preliminary injunction, instructing the rappers to remove the counterfeit magazine from all social media. The fake Vogue cover has since been taken down.
They are also "restrained from using, displaying, disseminating, or distributing" the counterfeit magazine in any way.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Dummies.

Anonymous said...

21 just in all kind of hot water dealing with BBL Drake. Smh

Anonymous said...

It was a freak accident. Back to the drawing board.

Anonymous said...

They got what they wanted. Lots of publicity.

Anonymous said...

That publicity stunt cost silk bonnet Drake and 21 got married for a visa Savage 7 digits.

Anonymous said...

Facts @12:10. Probably even factored in the cost of this lawsuit when they decided to post the pic. We are talking so I guess it was worth it.

Anonymous said...

Ummmm… Vogue is for females. Where we at Drake??? Why are you reading and wanting to be on the cover of Vogue with 21 Savage? Y’all getting married??

Anonymous said...

Drake is mute. Just like DaBaby when their music airs, I turn it off. Not into listening to b&tch males.

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