Plus-sized model plans to sue Future claiming he prevented big girls from getting into Miami nightclub
Future’s fat-shaming debacle just may cost him a pretty penny after a model said she plans to sue the rapper because he allegedly ordered his security to block big girls from entering a Miami Beach nightclub.
Naomie Chaput, a plus-sized model says she’s got a legal team ready to fire off at Future and intends to sue over discriminatory practices she says happened when she tried to enter the Story Nightclub venue last week.
Chaput took to social media to share her outrage over being denied entry because of her full-figure. She told her social media followers that she was banned from the club, based on orders that were rumored to come from Future who allegedly didn’t want to party with curvy girls in the club, according to BuzzFeed News.
“So, just got news that this is true, that Future said no fatties in the club—and he has all the rights to do so,” Chaput said in an Instagram Live broadcast. “[…] I’m just trying to understand really why this is, like, a thing. Why is he allowed to put those rules in place […] the discrimination is insane to me.”
Future, however, hit back, denying all the allegations of discrimination.
On Friday he took to Twitter to write: “STOP CAPPIN ON MY NAME..I love all women”.
Chaput’s publicist, Daniel Bouabdo, however, said he’s got receipts. He claims that a promoter confirmed that Future was the architect behind the “no fatties” entry rule. And to add insult to injury, it’s something he reportedly does all the time when he visits this late-night spot.
Chaput has tried to hit up the rapper to resolve the issue in his direct messages.
“Can you then say (if it’s true) for everyone that you do not support Story Miami Club and their fatphobic ways for literally telling me and my friend NOT to come, on your behalf and LYING to us, that it was per your request that ‘no fatties’ were allowed?” Chaput wrote.
The responses from Future read: “U lied on my name. U should’ve said Story told u that shit. U said my name.”
“If you condone this behavior, your call not mine,” Chaput wrote.
“U condone accusing the wrong person and lying.. that’s evil! Spread the truth next time when u falsely accuse someone! Your call,” the response read.
Well, it seems this case will only get truly heard in a court of law. Good luck with that!