Regardless of the "Make It Nasty" title, three of the women hired for the video shoot weren't willing to go that far.
Tyga is being sued by a trio of women who appeared in the video, because the explicit version shows their exposed breasts without their consent.
Alissa Rae Ross, Elizabeth Velasquez, and Azia Davis filed a lawsuit against the Young Money star claiming that they were tricked into showing more than they wanted, while in the nude. The three women allege that they were told that the shoot would be "tastefully" done based on the casting ad: "There will be NO nudity involved in the video and all the girls will be tastefully shot."
Even though they agreed to appear topless the models say they were told that shots of their n*pples would be edited out, and were under the impression that the dirty version--which hit the ' Net over the summer-- would never be released.
The women are suing for breach of contract, invasion of privacy, and fraud.
Inspired by the success of singles like "Make It Nasty" and "Rack City," Tyga has transitioned into the adult film industry, recently earning three Adult Film Award nominations for his work.
He has yet to publicly respond to the filing.