A few days ago, Mystikal was charged with first degree rape in Shreveport, La., and a couple of days later, he turned himself in to authorities. Now, his reported accomplice, Tenichia Wafford, is saying the alleged victim told her the rape didn't even happen.

In a video obtained by TMZ, Wafford, whom police are seeking because they believe she attempted to "strong-arm" the alleged victim into dropping her charge that Mystikal and another man raped her last October, says this case is bogus. She says she was only calling the victim because they were friends.

"Ain't nobody did nothing to that girl, like forreal," Wafford says in the clip. "She even told me—and yes, I got it on record—that she said ain't nobody did nothing to her. This is some bullshit though, they done threw me for a loop, 'cause if I would've knew all that, I wouldn't have even called. I just called to check up on a friend. That's all I was doing."

Wafford goes on to make an interesting claim about the woman's alleged motive behind her alleged lie and implores her to do something to make it right.

"She trying to protect her boyfriend because she ditched him all night to be with another nigga," says Wafford, who claims she recorded the conversation with the alleged victim. "You know what I'm saying? And now, all of a sudden, somebody hurt her, but when I called her and asked her if somebody hurt her, she said ain't nobody hurt her. So now, all of a sudden, I got a charge because I called her—I called a friend—to ask her, 'Are you okay? Did you hear what's going on?' She said, 'No.' I said, 'Well they said that, know what I'm saying, there's a rape charge going on. 'Where'd you hear that from? I ain't heard nothing.' Okay, so if you ain't hear nothing, then you need to go down there and clear these niggas name."

According to TMZ, Wafford is currently on the run from authorities. Check out the video of her claims below.

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