The stripper involved in a reported investigation against rapper Drake has declared her innocence via radio earlier this week.

The dancer, Jhonni Blaze, had claimed to be threatened by Drake’s bodyguards to prevent her from publicizing their alleged sexual relationship. However, she called into 97.9 The Box radio station in Houston, Texas on Tuesday, to deny the allegations and to apologize for causing stress to the rapper and his camp, claiming that the police report she filed had nothing to do with him.

She says, “All these lies about me calling the police on him. I never called the police on Aubrey. I actually called the police because my friend came home and she said that some guys said that they were looking for me. So, I documented that for my protection…”

She went on to explain that she had a brief relationship with Drake but they are no longer on speaking terms.

“I’m not about to exaggerate the story. Me and him were just kicking it, being cool… (we) were just supposed to be friends and we had some disagreements, some things were said, some threats were being made as far as argument and that was it… I’m not trying to get publicity off of this, I’m not trying to get fame off of this… I don’t need all of that. I’m not about to bash this man and exaggerate.
“I actually tried to reach out to his people and say, ‘Hey I’m gonna fix this’ and actually go on the radio and admit ‘When I’m wrong, I’m wrong’ but I didn’t do anything wrong, the stories got mixed up, they took it too far and I think it’s embarrassing… I did what was right as a woman and just filed a police report for my safety, in case something happened to me… I apologize to the whole staff and whoever works with Drake. I apologise from my heart.”

Drake’s people have denied the allegations from the start.