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Drake & 21 Savage Sued For Fake Vogue Cover

For those who may not know, Conde Nast is the media company that owns the iconic magazine, Vogue. The company has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Drake and 21 Savage for using the Vogue name without permission.

“All of this is false. And none of it has been authorised by Conde Nast,” said a complaint filed on Monday night in a Manhattan federal court. In the lawsuit, Conde Nast claimed that Drake & 21 Savage use of the Vogue trademark was deliberately deceptive and infringed on their rights as owners of the copyright. It is claimed that Conde Nast is seeking at least $4m (£3.5m) in damages, or triple the defendants’ profits from their album and “counterfeit” magazine. Larry Stein, a lawyer for the defendants, declined to make any comment on the lawsuit as he is waiting to make a full review of the lawsuit.

Will other entities like NPR and COLORS Studios follow suit in suing Drake and 21 Savage for copyright infringement? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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