Rapper Drake’s Mock Vogue Cover Draws Condé Nast Lawsuit

From a story on axios.com by Courtenay Brown and Sara Fischer headlined “Drake’s mock Vogue cover draws lawsuit from Condé Nast”:

One of the world’s most popular musicians faked a Vogue magazine cover as part of joke to promote a new album. Condé Nast — Vogue’s owner — didn’t find it funny.

Driving the news: The publisher is suing rapper Drake, and the album’s co-artist 21 Savage, for trademark infringement and counterfeiting over the faux issues that was distributed and displayed in various cities.

It also cites other aspects of the campaign to promote the false covers as real, including posters and social media posts.