Some time ago, a casting agency put out an ad requesting girls to appear in a Tyga music video for the song “Make It Nasty”. Alissa Rae Ross, Azia Davis and Elizabeth Velasquez all answered the call and won parts in the clip, but unfortunately, none of the three were satisfied by their experience with the rapper. In fact, all three have filed a joint lawsuit claiming they were lied to over the nudity policy.
According to TMZ, the women claim the ad specifically said there would be no nudity and all of the women would be tastefully shot. During filming, the director supposedly asked the girls to remove their tops but said not to worry because their nipples would be covered or shot around. That proved to be the case with the regular video, but in July, Tyga released an uncensored version that included uncensored (NSFW) topless shots of all three women.
The ladies claim what happened amounts to breach of contract, fraud and invasion of privacy, and they want damages for what happened. Tyga hasn’t publically responded to the lawsuit filed earlier this week, but one would imagine he would at least lawyer up in the next few days.
We’ll keep you updated as this case progresses. Until then, keep your tops on while you’re filming rap videos. You never know how the footage might be used.
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