The 'Bubble Butt' rapper is sued by dancers Elizabeth Velasquez and Azia Davies, the topless models in his explicit music video of 'Make It Nasty'.
Two video models are suing Tyga for allegedly exposing their bare breasts in an explicit release of his 2012 music video, "Make It Nasty". According to TMZ, dancers Elizabeth Velasquez and Azia Davies are suing the Young Money rapper for $20 million ($10 million for each woman).
The lawsuit stated that during the audition for the roles in the clip, Velasquez and Davies were told that no nudity would be involved. The dancers appeared topless in some scenes, but were convinced that their bare nipples would be "covered" or "edited out."
The girls then felt betrayed when seeing their nipples exposed in the uncensored version, which hit the web via Tyga's Twitter. Now, Velasquez and Davies are suing for breach of contract, invasion of privacy and fraud.
The lawsuit was originally filed last year by Velasquez, Davies and another model named Alissa Rae Ross. It is still unknown why Rae Ross cancels her decision to sue the "Bubble Butt" rapper.