Drake and 21 Savage sued for $4 Million after using fake Vogue covers in album promo

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Drake and 21 Savage's fake Vogue cover has landed them in some scolding water.

The legendary fashion magazine is suing the artists for replicating and faking a front cover in order to promote their new album Her Loss

According to legal documents obtained by E! News, Condé Nast, the media company that publishes Vogue, alleged that by sharing a fraudulent cover on social media, the two rappers created a "widespread promotional campaign" that is "built entirely" on the Vogue trademarks that were not authorized for use. 

In a since-deleted Instagram post, the Take Care rapper, 36, shared what appeared to be a Vogue cover featuring himself and 21 Savage, 30, on the magazine. He captioned the post, "Me and my brother on newsstands tomorrow!! Thanks @voguemagazine and Anna Wintor for the love and support on this historic moment. Her Loss Nov 4th."

In addition to immediately shutting down the use of the fakeVogue cover, Condé Nast is seeking at least $4 million dollars in damages.