CoverGirl took issue with their cosmetic brand’s “easy, breezy, beautiful” tagline being associated with violent imagery.
“CoverGirl was not contacted by Young Thug or any parties regarding his original album title,” read the statement. “The album is not aligned with our values at CoverGirl. Violence and abuse are unacceptable behaviors. We do not support the use or association of our iconic slogan, ‘Easy, Breezy, Beautiful, CoverGirl ‘ with Young Thug’s video, album or promotional materials.”
The Atlanta rhymer’s new body of work was released on June 16 under the name Beautiful Thugger Girls.
It featured Future, Snoop Dogg, Lil Durk, Jacquees, Gunna, and Millie Go Lightly.