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Drake Gives Chanel Bags To Miami Strippers After Being Sued For Millions For Fake VOGUE Cover + Drizzy & 21 Savage Tease 'Her Loss' Tour

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Drake was really generous in the strip club a few nights ago, where he laced several strippers with Chanel bags. The outing comes on the heels of news that he and 21 Savage are being sued for millions by VOGUE over a fake magazine cover to promote their new album, Her Loss. Also, Drizzy teased an upcoming tour. More inside…

UPDATE:

A judge has ordered Drake and 21 Savage to stop using the fake VOGUE cover to promote their new album, Her Loss.

Daily Mail reports:

Drake and 21 Savage have been ordered by a court to cease the use of a fake Vogue cover in promotion of their new album Her Loss.

A federal judge ordered the rappers to not use fake covers of the magazine, as well as the likeness of the publication's editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, TMZ reported Thursday after reviewing court docs in the $4 million case from publisher Condé Nast.

Drake, 36, and 21 Savage, 30, have subsequently removed the post, per the court order. The case is headed back to court November 22.

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Christmas came early for a few strippers in Miami thanks to the Certified Lover Boy.

Drake and 21 Savage linked up to celebrate the success of their recently released joint album, Her Loss. The rappers hit up Booby Trap Strip Club in Miami, and Drizzy decided to bless the exotic dancers with something more than just money. The Canadian rapper gifted five ladies with a brand new Chanel bag. He made his “Child’s Play” lyric, where he rapped, “I give Chanel out like a hug,” come to life. 

He would be the one to do something like this.

The 6 God appeared to enjoy himself with 21 Savage and fellow rapper G Herbo. He shared a picture of the three of them laughing hard at something. Check it out below:

"We might have to start celebrating in private man wtf,” Drizzy captioned the photo.

The strip club outing comes on the heels of VOGUE suing Drake and 21 Savage for millions for sharing a fake VOGUE cover in their promo content for Her Loss, which was released November 4th.

According to legal documents obtained by E! News, Condé Nast, the media company that publishes VOGUE, accused the rappers of using VOGUE trademarks that were not authorized for use. In an IG post, Drake shared what appeared to be a VOGUE cover featuring himself and 21 Savage. In the now-deleted post, he captioned, “Me and my brother on newsstands tomorrow!! Thanks @voguemagazine and Anna Wintour for the love and support on this historic moment. Her Loss Nov 4th."

Condé Nast is seeking at least $4 million dollars in damages or triple any profits from the album and the fake Vogue issues.

E! News reports:

The lawsuit also claims that the rappers not only distributed the fake cover among their 135 million combined social media followers but also across "North America's largest metropolitan areas," as well as posters of the cover. And in the suit, the company noted that despite Drake thanking Anna in his Instagram caption, the top editor has no ties to these pictures or the promotion of their album, calling it a "deceptive campaign."

”All of this is false. And none of it has been authorized by Condé Nast," the publisher wrote. "Vogue magazine and its Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour have had no involvement in Her Loss or its promotion, and have not endorsed it in any way."

And the suit alleges that Drake and 21 Savage were asked to "cease their infringing activities and take appropriate remedial measures to curtail further public confusion" but failed to do so.

Womp.

Legal experts believe this is an “easy” win for VOGUE.

"I think it's it's an easy case for them to win," said Barton Beebe, a law professor at New York University, who specializes in intellectual property law. "And I think that they'll get the injunction, the injunctive relief, ordering the marketing campaign to stop. It seems to me an interesting question would be if Vogue wants to pursue this all the way to damages, because they could be in the millions for this kind of conduct."

The Boy and 21 also appeared on OVO Sound’s Sound 42 radio show on Sirius XM after the album dropped. They were talking about which song is their favorite when Drizzy mentioned going on tour.

“I can’t really just name a song,” said 21 before naming “Treacherous Twins,” “Spin Bout U” and “Circo Loco” as some of his favorites.

“I know ima be up all night just looking at what people gotta say,” said Drizzy. “I’m excited for tour. It’s just another opportunity for me to be with my brother. Our set that night is gonna be dangerous. That’s a tour within itself.”

No word on when the tour will actually kick off. We’ll keep you posted.

Photos: Kathy Hutchins/lev radin/Shutterstock

 

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