Drake and 21 Savage Project a Demonic Anna Wintour During Their 'It's All A Blur Tour'

Depicted lip-syncing to the duo’s hit song, “Jimmy Cooks.”

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Drake‘s beef with the Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour shows no signs of fizzling out, as the rapper and his collaborative partner 21 Savage have projected a demonic iteration of Wintour during their It’s All A Blur Tour.

Seen lip-syncing to the duo’s hit song “Jimmy Cooks,” Wintour is depicted in a monstrous manner, as if she’s been put through TikTok‘s now-viral age-altering filter one too many times. The result sees the Editor-in-Chief rocking her signature bob haircut and black sunglasses, alongside a heavily-aged face, thin red lips, and a rather disturbing set of teeth.

Of course, this AI-generated image is nothing but a response to the ongoing feud between Drake and Vogue. Back in November 2022, Drake and 21 Savage created faux-Vogue magazine covers to promote their joint album Her Loss, to which Drake sarcastically commented: “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,” per his Instagram post.

@mookthahustla I think i was the only one who know who that was 😭😭😭 #annewintour #drakeconcert #itsallablurtour #drizzy #detroitt ♬ original sound – 🧿marE

The aftermath saw Vogue‘s publishing House, Condé Nast, file a lawsuit against Drake and 21 Savage. Per Billboard, the result included a “permanent injunction barring any further use of Condé Nast’s Vogue trademarks, as well as an undisclosed monetary payment from Drake and 21.”

This was not the first time that Drake and 21 Savage ripped off the media world, having produced promotional material based on Saturday Night Live, NPR’s Tiny Desk, and a deepfake interview with Howard Stern.

Take a look at the content captured from the It’s All A Blur Tour above.

Elsewhere, despite the Egyptian Syndicate condemning Travis Scott’s Utopia concert at the Pyramids of Giza, it seems Live Nation says the show will go on.

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