She might not be a fan of his, but Vince Staples is defending the right of a Christian mother-of-four to trash his music in a clip that went viral for all the wrong reasons earlier this week.

The unnamed mom launched an emotional, 11-minute rant against the music of Vince Staples after she accidentally heard his track “Norf Norf” on the radio. In the video (and the rap remix), she reads the lyrics to the song, stopping occasionally to make sure she doesn’t start crying.

Of course, the mother was dragged on social media for her emotional response to Staples’ lyrics — not only for her seemingly sheltered attitude toward the world, but also for reading the explicit lyrics aloud while her infant daughter plays in the background.

But the woman has found an unlikely defender in the form of Staples himself. The Independent had reported that Staples spoke out against the treatment that the woman has been receiving on Twitter timelines. “I don’t really have much to say about the video — I don’t think it’s funny at all,” Staples said.

The Independent further quoted Staples as saying “It’s not right to attack someone over their stance, their opinions, and their religion. I think that’s very immature.”

Staples reportedly added that he didn’t think the woman looked like “a racist or a mean person,” appealing for a calm approach toward incidents like these: “It’s not very responsible for people to try to take that and jump, looking for some sort of commentary on these issues.”

But Staples has disputed the exact wording of his statements in The Independent, calling out the article’s author by name on Twitter. “Thank you to Justin Carissimo for the misquote. Great Job,” he posted.

Staples took to his Twitter Thursday morning to further clarify his statements, writing “What I was saying was that the woman in that video is clearly confused on the context of the song which causes her to be frightened.”

He also made sure to point out his belief that the woman in the video is “emotionally unstable”, though maintained she has “a right to her opinion,” adding, “No person needs to be attacked for their opinion on what they see to be appropriate for their children. They have a right to it.”