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The Stripper Who Claimed Drake Threatened Her Is Now Apologizing

What really happened?

It's no secret -- Drake loves the ladies. But a recent tryst with a popular Houston stripper has Drizzy in a bit of hot water.

On Monday, TMZ reported that dancer Jhonni Blaze called the police on Drake after members of his team threatened her. According to the report, the rapper became angry after he believed that Blaze might publicize details about their relationship, and now there is an investigation against the Nothing Was the Same MC.

Now, Blaze is saying there was no physical threat from Drake or anyone from his team and apologized.

"I would never talk about nobody and I don't have nothing bad to say about Drake," Blaze said on Tuesday morning (October 7) when she called into the Madd Hatta Morning Show on 97.9 the Box in Houston.

Blaze says that after her and Drake got into an argument, she got word that some men were looking for her.

"I never called the police on Aubrey," she said, using his real name. "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 and for some odd reason people were calling me looney."

After boo-birds on social media called Blaze crazy, insisting that she didn't know the famous rapper, she then leaked some text messages between the two.

"I'm not about to exaggerate the story. Me and him were just kicking it, being cool," she said. "I went to his concert, I watched him perform. [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."

Blaze also alludes that the timing surrounding her argument with Drake and the men who were looking for her was just a coincidence.

"This man did not send nobody for me. I just felt that it was weird that it happened at the time me and him got into it," she said.

Ultimately, Blaze says she was just being cautious.

"I did what was right as a woman and just filed a police report for my safety, in case something happened to me," she said. "I apologize to the whole staff and whoever works with Drake. I apologize from my heart."