Update (Oct. 7, 5:13 p.m.):  Jhonni Blaze told Madd Hatta Morning Show on 97.9 the Box in Houston that Drake did not send know one to physically harm her.

“I’m not about to exaggerate the story. Me and him were just kicking it, being cool,” Blaze 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.”  She continued on to say that she never called the police on drake specficially and that she called the authorities because a friend came home and said some guys are looking for her so she wanted to document that for her protection.

“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.


Drake may have been on his "Worst Behavior" after an intimate encounter with a stripper, according to a report from TMZ. The report states that a stripper named Jhonni Blaze told law enforcement officials that her and the Canadian born rapper had sex one time, and Drake began "angrily" texting her after the fact because he believed that Blaze was going to talk publicly about it. In addition, she says that several people from Drake's camp came to her house, banged on her door, and threatened her life. Blaze went to police, but said that she is not sure if she wants to actually press charges.

The Houston Police Department (Texas), confirmed to TMZ that they have launched an investigation, but doesn't name Drake specifically, only identifying the male party as a "possible celebrity." Cops say that they would like to talk to the "celebrity." Sources close to Drake say the allegations are absolutely not true. We will keep you updated on this story as more details emerge.


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