Drake and 21 Savage have their new album lose it Advertised with a fake cover for Vogue magazine. According to Condé Nast, this is misleading for magazine readers and fans of artists. The company says they may think the fashion magazine is already promoting the CD.
Additionally, Drake reported via social media that Vogue magazine Editor-in-chief Anna Wintour was allowed to advertise through the magazine. The magazine publisher says this is not true.
The two rap teams are also said to have reported in an online newsletter that the magazine will “soon be distributed in America”. Some fans already think they have a version of this in their hands.
Condé Nast says she has asked Drake and 21 Savage multiple times to remove all commercials Vogue magazine It has to do with taking offline mode. The artists, who posted pictures of the fake covers on social media, did not respond. Nor did they mention in their social media messages that it was a fake copy of the magazine.
A Drake spokesperson has yet to comment.
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