The Migos trio of Quavo, Offset and Takeoff performed at the Durban ICC on Friday night as part of their Migos SA Culture Tour. Yesterday, they performed at the Ticketpro Dome in Joburg. Pictures: Sibusiso Ndlovu/ANA

Twitter user Shamiso —the woman accused of being a 'stocko' for the Migos while they were on the Migos Culture Tour in Johannesburg — has released a statement on social to set the record straight.

On Sunday Shamiso shared a series controversial tweets about an alleged interaction with Quavo at Taboo night club. She wrote: "Quavo just tapped me and asked me to go to his section. I just died. DIED.(sic)"

Twitter user @Zane_Da_Phoenix then tweeted that Shamiso was hired by Mabala Noise as a 'stocko' for the Migos and tweeps went to town.

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The claims by @Zane_Da_Phoenix came the day after the concert with Shamiso's mother, radio personality Azania Mosaka even stepping in to refute the claims. 

Shamiso responded to the 'stocko' claims on Monday, in the form of several bullet points. 

In her statement she wrote that she does "not know Zane", accuses people of 'cyber bullying her', clarifies what was really happening the 'bedroom picture' and denied that she is a 'stocko' who's "carrying a Migos baby".

See the full statement below: