Its shares had soared by almost 50% in Thursday’s pre-market trade after the Wall Street Journal report.
Since making its US market debut a month ago the company has been targeted by authorities in Beijing.
Meanwhile, some US senators have called on its financial markets regulator to investigate Chinese share listings.
The statement came in response to a Wall Street Journal report, which cited people familiar with the matter as saying Didi was considering delisting its share in the US as it faced increasing pressure from regulators in China.
On Thursday, a group of Republican senators called on the country’s financial markets regulator to launch an inquiry into US-listed Chinese companies.
In the letter to the head of Securities and Exchanges Commission the seven lawmakers cited losses sustained by Didi investors after Beijing’s took action against the company.
Just this week authorities have cracked down on a range of online services from food delivery apps to music streaming platforms.