News: Tyga's "Nasty" Video Vixen Want $$$ Over Nude Clip, $10 MIl Each For Exposed Knockers
Saturday, Jul 27, 2013 8:33PM
Young Money's Tyga is reportedly still in hot water over featuring some topless women in his "Make It Nasty" music video last year after being promised no nudity.
According to reports, a couple of models want $10 million each over the dicey clip.
Dancers Elizabeth Velasquez and Azia Davies, who appear in Tyga's "Make it Nasty" video, are suing the rapper for allegedly violating their contracts. Elizabeth and Azia claim that they signed contracts with strict no nudity clauses, but shots of their bare breasts ended up in the video anyway. The two dancers originally filed the suit against Tyga last year after the nudity-filled video made its way onto the internet, but they've only recently decided on a number that will alleviate their pain and suffering: $10 million a piece (per girl, not per boob). (Wet Paint)
Buzz behind the the suit's existence turned into public knowledge late last year.
Tyga's video vixens are lashing out at him ... in the form of lawsuits -- because at least three of the women -- in his "Make it Nasty" music video -- claim their nipples were exposed without their permission. Alissa Rae Ross, Azia Davis, and Elizabeth Velasquez filed lawsuits today, claiming when they auditioned for their roles in the video ... the casting ad specifically stated, "There will be NO nudity involved in the video, and all the girls will be tastefully shot." (TMZ)
Despite reportedly agreeing to specific terms, the unedited version of the clip landed on Tyga's Twitter page last July.
According to the suits, Velasquez, Davis, and Ross were asked during filming, on July 2, to appear topless in some scenes ... but they were assured their nipples would be "covered" or "edited out." In the docs, the women claim they were advised the "dirty" version of the video would never be released, but then it popped up on Tyga's Twitter account on July 28 -- and lo and behold ... their nipples were NOT covered. The girls are suing for breach of contract, invasion of privacy, as well as fraud. (TMZ)
While an initial "Make It Nasty" video premiered in December 2011, its more explicit version dropped last summer.
The music video for "Make It Nasty" was uploaded to YouTube on the 4th December 2011, it contains explicit content so it cannot be shown on TV. It was directed by Alex Nazari. On July 28, 2012 a second video containing explicit content was released for the song Directed by Colin Tilley. (Wikipedia)
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