Remember that rumor about “Stimulated” rapper Tyga cheating on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star Kylie Jenner with transgender model Mia Isabella? It seemed like it went away, but the porn star opened up for a Q&A interview, Hollywood Life reported Wednesday.

Despite what multiple reports claim, Mia Isabella, 30, said that Tyga, 25, never cheated on his ex-girlfriend, Blac Chyna, or his current girlfriend, Jenner. “I read reports of this being seen as cheating, but not to my knowledge. True, he asked me to meet his ex [Blac Chyna] and hang out with the two of them numerous times, so I assumed she knew about me even though I chose not to meet her,” she said.

Mia Isabella did, however, claim that she and Tyga, whose real name is Michael Stevenson, were in a romantic and sexual relationship. “After some time had passed and I had moved to L.A., became single, and we continued in our friendship until it did become romantic and we dated steadily for a few years,” the model said.

Mia Isabella Transgender model Mia Isabella, pictured at the AVN Awards, Jan. 8, 2011. Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Mia Isabella revealed they were platonic friends for months who met through mutual acquaintances. Tyga “pursued” her, and then they took things to the next level, she said.

Mia Isabella doesn’t have evidence of their tryst but claimed an old roommate said he would release a sex tape of her and Tyga. “All I know was, there were many fake accounts impersonating me and threatening the release of a sex tape of myself and Tyga,” she said. “I can only go off what was told to the media like everyone else because I have no hard proof.”

After the reputed relationship broke in July, Mia Isabella threatened to expose secrets about the rapper. “@Tyga funny how your team created fake witch hunt so you looked the victim when in fact you’re guilty and I’m the victim,” she tweeted in early August. The rapper never responded to her.

Mia Isabella was not happy with the way her interview turned out. She took to Twitter to write about her dismay. “I guess what I sadly learned about media is no matter how honest truthful and filled with respect your message is, they will spin negatively,” she wrote Wednesday. “I want the facts clear so I can leave my past behind me and move on to the love I deserve and my bright future awaiting.”

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