*Rapper Bow Wow is claiming that the screen cap of a tweet he reportedly sent asking one of his followers for oral sex is actually a fake image that has been Photoshopped.

It all started with reports that the rapper was allegedly attempting to send a direct message to one of his fans asking for some “dome,” which is slang for oral sex. But instead, the tweet went to all 430,000 of his followers – some of whom saved a screen cap of the message, according to Allhiphop.com.

The tweet stated: “How much for some dome? How far are you from Richmond?” [See video below.] According to Bow Wow, the message is a doctored Photoshop image.

“The tweet that was posted was photo shopped. Just recently I did an interview on how I never pay for sex [Ozone’s Sex issue], so I guess someone felt the need to write some bogus tweet before my original tweet,” Bow Wow told AllHipHop.com in a statement. “I have damn near 500,000 followers on Twitter. If I were to tweet such foolishness it would have been all over Twitter in a matter of seconds. I don’t know why people feel the need to try to s**t on my name or what I represent. All I want to do is please my fans, make more millions, make sure my family is straight and have fun.”

In related news, “Cuff Ur Chick” — a single featuring Fabolous and Drake from Bow Wow’s new album — leaked today (May 12) and his Cash Money Records debut has been pushed back as a result.

“My album not coming til next year!! I was holding on to that record. It was not suppose to drop. That was my dream project. F**K!” the rapper tweeted. “[The] song was for my fans man! Any song could have leaked. But not that one. That was gone be surprise for yall. A yr [year] early? F**king yr early?”

The rapper, according to Allhiphop.com, was dumbfounded as to why someone would doctor up one of his tweets, leak his music and spread lies, just to make him look bad.

“I’ve never done nothing to no one. I don’t beef with n***as, I don’t waste time blogging about people, I just make hit movies, and #1 records,” Bow Wow told AllHipHop.com. “I don’t know what they are set out to do but it wont work against someone who knows the game and has been successful at it for the past 10 years. No matter how much you dislike me you cant take away that I’ve sold 10 million albums, 6 arena tours, and I’m still here. I came out in 2000, I cant name u 5 artist who are still around from that time, but I am. I’m only 23 the best has yet to come.”