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It looks like the Kendall Jenner Calvin Klein ad that was vandalized via drone on Wednesday morning has been removed. Kendall took to Instagram to share a photo of a new image from the campaign that has replaced the previous ad, which was spray painted by the artist KATSU earlier this week. She cleverly captioned the image of the six-story billboard with "what drone?" 

The stunt pulled by the multimedia artist successfully defaced one of the most-viewed ad spaces in New York City, by using drone technology that he hopes to use to tag spaces that were previously inaccessible. Even though Kendall was his first public target, she seems to be taking it lightly.