Drake and 21 Savage have settled the Condé Nast’s lawsuit over their fake Vogue cover, according to reports from Semafor.
The mass media company sued the two rappers in November for trademark infringement, brand dilution, and false advertising after they posted a bootleg Vogue cover on Instagram in promotion of their joint project, Her Loss.
The faked photo was part of a marketing scheme that included clips from faux appearances on Saturday Night Live, The Howard Stern Show, and NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series to promote the album release.
While Condé Nast’s initial complaint demanded Drake and 21 pay $4 milllion in damages, the terms of the settlement are currently undisclosed.
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