It looks like Tyga's raunchy hit "Make It Nasty" isn't working in his favor right now!
The Young Money rapper is currently being sued by three video models, who starred in the music video for his smash hit, over their nudity not being censored out.
According to TMZ, Alissa Rae Ross, Azia Davis, and Elizabeth Velasquez filed lawsuits against Tyga over a misleading casting ad that stated:
"There will be NO nudity involved in the video, and all the girls will be tastefully shot."
The girls were led to believe that the exposing of their nipples would be censored or edited out for the final product, but once it was posted on Tyga's twitter, it appeared that wasn't the case.
These three are now suing Mr. Rack City for breach of contract, invasion of privacy, and fraud.
For a song that's called "Make It Nasty", maybe it shouldn't be too surprising that nudity is included.
Hopefully Tyga works it out with these ladies soon.