"I used the wrong word for my explanation and I recognise that..."

Jess Glynne has rolled back her allegations of "discrimination" against a London restaurant.

The pop star attempted to gain entry to Central London spot Sexy Fish, but was denied entry due to her ultra-casual attire.

Taking a selfie and posting it on Instagram, she ranted about the staff, before calling their attitude "pure discrimination".

Quickly becoming a meme, Jess Glynne's charge of "discrimination" rang hollow, leading to the singer posting a fresh statement.

Rolling back her words, she wrote: "Just want you guys to understand that I posted a picture of my attire as I was very aware of what I was wearing and it wasn’t about the dress code. I was out on a Monday afternoon and just passed by the restaurant and was blown back by the rudeness of the staff."

"Once again I used the wrong word for my explanation and I recognise that. Mistake."

Find her new statement below.

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