Mister Cee: “I’m Not Gay”; Addresses Prostitution Incidents On Hot 97


(AllHipHop News) Over the weekend Mister Cee, a DJ at New York’s Hot 97 radio station, was arrested in Brooklyn for allegedly trying to solicit a prostitute. The prostitute turned out to be an undercover police officer, but according Cee the cop was women and not a man as previously reported.

“I am not gay,” Cee told his co-workers Peter Rosenberg, Cipha Sounds, Ebro, and K Foxx this morning on Hot 97. “I was approached by a female undercover cop.”

Cee went on to say that the original story reported by the New York Daily News cited that the cop was a women, but at some point the news reports changed to say the arresting officer was a man.

When Ebro and Rosenberg pointed out that the area where Cee was arrested in is known for the solicitation of transgender prostitutes Cee said it was just “dumb luck” that he was in that site at the time.

Cee admitted that he does regularly engage in soliciting female prostitutes and paying strippers for sex, but reinforced that he does not seek out men or transvestites.

“I have an addiction to not only prostitution. I have an addiction to getting the quickie,” said Cee.

This was not the first time Cee, born Calvin LeBrun, was arrested on sex related charges. In 2011, the 46-year-old was allegedly caught receiving oral sex from a 20-year-old man in a car. He pled guilty to loitering for the purpose of engaging in prostitution.

Cee suggested that the details of the 2011 incident were false, and he submitted a guilty plea in order to protect his family and Hot 97.

“There’s something as far as what has been built up,” said Cee. “If I was engaged in sexual activity with that person and that person’s case got simply dropped. And I had to go through what I had to go through, what does that tell you?”

At one point the conversation got very heated as Ebro and Cee went back and forth over why Cee continues to engage in illegal activity.

Throughout the interview Cee was asked constant questions about his sexuality and consistently maintained that while he is big supporter of the gay community he himself is not a homosexual.

“People have accused me of being gay for probably ten years now,” said Cee. “I don’t care what people think.”

Cee suspended himself from the radio. How that will play out remains to be seen.


Listen to the full interview