Hot 97 radio veteran Mister Cee will reportedly step forward and address what allegedly went down last week in relation to an undercover male prostitute incident.
While details are still scarce, Cee’s Hot 97 co-worker Funkmaster Flex posted the announcement to his website.
Earlier the News Of Mister Cee’s Arrest broke across the Web….And Ebro, Hot97?s PD/Morning Show personality Said they Will talk about it, But Now it’s Confirmed Mister Cee Will be there to Answer ?’s…Don’t be the Donkey, Stay Tuned to the Real!!! (In Flex We Trust)
Reports of Cee’s latest run-in with New York police hit the Internet yesterday (May 4).
Popular Hot 97 deejay “Mister Cee” was busted trying to pick up a male prostitute in Brooklyn, cop sources said. But Cee, 46, whose real name is Calvin LeBrun, didn’t know that the gigolo he approached at Madison St. and Broadway in Bushwick just before midnight on Thursday was really an undercover cop, the sources said. (New York Daily News)
Back in June 2011, Cee pleaded guilty to a prostitution charge.
Cee, 44, whose real name is Calvin LeBrun, pleaded guilty to a charge of loitering for the purpose of engaging in a prostitution offense. He and his much younger companion, Lawrence Campbell, 20, were busted March 30 at 4 a.m. at Watts and West streets. He was ordered to complete three months, or 12 sessions, of counseling with a doctor, officials said. (New York Daily News)
A police report detailing Cee’s March arrest hit the Internet a few months prior.
Lebrun, known as “Mister Cee” on Hot 97, was nabbed along with Lawrence Campbell, 20, according to a criminal complaint sworn by Officer Lindsay Agard. The cop reported spotting Campbell (who used the name “Brooke-Lynn Pinklady” on his just-deleted Facebook page) “manipulating” Lebrun’s “exposed, naked, and erect penis” with his “mouth and lips in an up-and-down motion consistent with oral sex.” The duo was collared March 30 in a car parked on Manhattan’s far West Side, two blocks from the Holland Tunnel. (The Smoking Gun)
Prior to all of this going down, Cee also ran into a similar problem last fall.
This was Cee’s second conviction on the same charge. The music man was busted in lower Manhattan last Oct. 8 and pleaded guilty a month later, officials said. Cee made a name for himself in the hip-hop world as Big Daddy Kane‘s deejay. He later produced “Ready to Die,” Notorious B.I.G.‘s first album. (NY Daily News)