Rap/R&B artist Tyga is facing legal backlash over his video for 'Make It Nasty,' as three of the women in the shoot claim you can see their nipples in the final cut, even though they were told there would be no nudity in the shoot.

According to TMZ, the three women, Alissa Rae Ross, Azia Davis, and Elizabeth Velasquez, are furious that their bodies have been exposed on film despite responding to a casting advert which specifically stated that "There will be NO nudity involved in the video, and all the girls will be tastefully shot." This begs to ask the question: what were these girls doing with their nipples out in the first place, if there was apparently no need for it?

Well, according to the lawsuit filed by the ladies, the three of them were filming for the video early in July and were asked to appear topless in some scenes, but they were assured that their delicate parts would be "covered" or "edited out" in the final cut. Their part apparently appeared in the 'dirty' version of the video, which frankly wasn't exactly tasteful to begin with, which they were told would not be aired, until it was put on Tyga's official Twitter page, that is.

The girls are suing for breach of contract, invasion of privacy, as well as fraud, but again, the question remains: why did you take your clothes off in the first place!?!

Check out the video below and keep your eyes peeled for the girls, but good luck seeing them amongst the myriad of other scantily clad women in the video.