- DJ Khaled recently made news headlines when he asked a lady to stop twerking during a video chat event
- Sophia James, the model in question, said she had no ill intentions and thought Khaled's video chat was like that of Tory Lanez
- The model added that she respected Khaled's marriage, his family and wife so she had no intentions of offending them
Sophia James, a US model who went on DJ Khaled’s live video chat to twerk, has apologised for her actions and said the ordeal was a huge misunderstanding.
She decided to defend her image after being bashed by social media users and being turned into a laughing stock all over the internet.
The lady said she initially thought Khaled was hosting a thirst trap feed like that of Tory Lanez, dubbed Quarantine Radio.
She thought the DJ wanted to host a twerk fest that included a small incentive for the participants.
Sophia further said she was sorry for the mix-up and maintained she had a lot of respect for the entertainer, his wife and family.
The twerker further explained Khaled’s family and marriage was strong enough to handle the small misgiving and her actions could not affect the DJ’s union.
“I respect DJ Khaled and his beautiful wife and family. I am more than sure to bank his marriage is stronger than an IG live video gone viral,” Sophia told The Shaderoom.
According to her, a lot of people slid into her DMs to reprimand her for disrespecting Khaled.
Apparently, people promised to hold her accountable if she led the DJ and his wife to file for divorce.
The whole thing started when Khaled went on Instagram to say hi to his fans and address them while they were home.
He spoke to them for a few minutes before getting a request from Sophia to host the live session with him.
When the DJ accepted, the model came on dressed in what can only be called very revealing clothing.
She then started shaking her behind as she poured water on herself.
Khaled stopped the whole thing immediately and said he had a wife and a family so he could not entertain that.
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