Joe Jonas wasn't "out to hurt" ex Ashley Greene when he named her in a recent interview of how he lost his virginity.
The DNCE frontman recently opened up during a Reddit chat with fans about the time he lost his virginity to the actress, telling fans: "You can probably just Google it. It's pretty easy to figure out. I dated a girl named Ashley, so just Google it to figure out which Ashley that is."
Following Joe's admission, the Twilight star appeared to throw shade on Instagram when she posted: "Class is timeless."
Now the 27-year-old singer has insisted he didn't intend to cause offense with his tale, telling Entertainment Tonight: "I'm not out to hurt anybody, but I think, ultimately, I'm just telling my stories and what I can say from my heart."
Joe also told the outlet that he always wants to be true to himself, labeling himself an "honest guy."
"I think life's too short, you know?" he added. "I mean ultimately, I think of myself as an honest guy. There are just those moments in life where you have to be true to yourself and true to the world."
Joe's sex tale saw him admit to fans that he raided his bandmate's room for condoms for the encounter with Ashley, whom he dated when he was 20.
"I didn't have any condoms, so I went to our drummer, Jack's, room... and I demolished his room looking for them," he said in the AMA. "Found them underneath his underwear drawer. When he came home, he thought somebody broke into his room because his whole room was demolished because I was in dire need. Needed to happen then and now. Safety first, kids."
Joe is enjoying huge success with his band DNCE, who recently released their sexy Body Moves video. Joe gets up close and personal with actress and model Charlotte McKinney for the video, and told Billboard he was thrilled to be given the opportunity to kiss such a beauty.
Asked how his teenage self would have reacted to the video, Joe replied: "He’d say, 'Lucky you.' I think more so he’d be like, 'Damn, could we speed up this process so I can be in that video.' Took too damn long."