Drake and 21 Savage settle lawsuit with Vogue
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Some of the antics that drake And 21 Wild last year to promote their joint album your loss landed them in hot water, especially after they came up with a fake Fashion magazine cover and was subsequently sued by the fashion and lifestyle magazine’s parent company, Condé Nast. The two parties have since settled the case over an unknown person, according to Condé Nast general counsel Will Bowes.
The crux of the case involved the unauthorized use of the Vogue trademark, as well as the alleged deception of Drake and 21 Savage’s social media posts, which Condé Nast claims to have confused Vogue’s readership, which relies on the publication as the authoritative source for fashion leaves and lifestyle information, according to Variety.
connoisseur of your loss Ad campaigners know that this was far from the only deceptive trick the artists and their team pulled off, as they also created fictitious ad appearances The Howard Stern Show, Saturday Night Live, and NPR’s Tiny desk. The social media account associated with the latter show had a very different and much less hostile reaction to this particular gag.
As far as Drake is concerned, a recent motion was filed for the rapper to testify in a case involving the murder of rapper XXXTentacion, prompting much speculation as to how he could possibly be involved in the high-profile case.
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