Two video vixens are suing Young Money rapper Tyga for $10 million dollars for allegedly exposing them in an explicit release of his music video “Make It Nasty.”
Elizabeth Velasquez and Azia Davies, who originally filed against Tyga last year, have come back where they left off and, according to TMZ, they claim that the rap artist exposed them by showcasing their nipples in his hip hop music video without their permission.
In the latest development against the rapper, the models claim that when they auditioned for the role in the music video, the casting ad stated that there would be no nudity in the released video. Now that the video was released showing their topless chests, they want to be compensated in the sum of $10 million each.
The models also claim they were ensured that if they appeared topless in the music video, it would be edited out or camouflaged.