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DJ Mister Cee Breaks Down After Coming Clean About Personal Struggles

12 September 2013 | 3:56 pm Less than 24 hours after his resignation, Mr. Cee returned back to his home base at HOT97 to set the record straight on allegations that he solicited sex from a prostitute and had been involved with transgender males. In an extremely emotional interview with the station's program director Ebro Darden, the beloved hip-hop DJ came clean about his personal struggles. "I'm tired. Have I lied about … http://www.vibe.com/article/dj-mister-cee-breaks-down-after-coming-clean-about-personal-struggles

25 Twitter Reactions To Mr. Cee's Emotional Hot 97 Admission

12 September 2013 | 3:09 pm If there's anything we've learned from Mr. Cee's much publicized "tranny" encounters, it's that folks in hip-hop still don't know how to have healthy discussions about sexuality. http://www.vibe.com/photo-gallery/mr-cee-hot-97-admission-twitter-reactions

DJ Mr. Cee quits Hot 97 amid Bimbo Winehouse prostitution scandal

12 September 2013 | 1:25 pm DJ Mr. Cee (real name Calvin Lebrun) has left his job as at New York's Hot 97 radio station after allegedly soliciting sex from Bimbo Winehouse, a cross-dressing male prostitute. http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2013/09/dj-mr-cee-quits-hot-97-amid-bimbo-winehouse-prostitution-scandal.html

DJ Mr. Cee quits Hot 97 amid Bimbo Winehouse prostitution scandal …

12 September 2013 | 1:18 pm DJ Mr. Cee (real name Calvin Lebrun) has left his job as at New York's Hot 97 radio station after allegedly soliciting sex from Bimbo Winehouse, a cross-dressing male prostitute. http://blog.zap2it.com/pop2it/2013/09/dj-mr-cee-quits-hot-97-amid-bimbo-winehouse-prostitution-scandal.html

Hot 97's Own Mister Cee Officially Comes Out Of The Closet On Air …

12 September 2013 | 1:09 pm Today history was made as Hot 97's own, the legendary Mister Cee officially came out the closet and admitted to being bi-sexual with the assistance of the stations program director Ebro. Cee ultimately informed the world that  http://hiphopsince1987.com/news/hot-97s-own-mister-cee-officially-comes-out-of-the-closet-on-air-with-ebro-audio/

DJ Mister Cee resigns after video allegedly shows him trying to pick …

11 September 2013 | 9:31 pm Popular New York City DJ Mister Cee resigned Wednesday during his show on Hot 97 after a video surfaced online allegedly showing him trying to arrange oral sex from another man. http://pix11.com/2013/09/11/dj-mister-cee-resigns-after-video-allegedly-shows-him-trying-to-pick-up-a-male-prostitute/

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10 Responses to Mr Cee

    • Curator says:

      What a catch Donnie by fall out boy
      Monster by paramore
      Stars by grace potter
      Sleep through the static by jack Johnson
      Pirate on the run by pat monahan
      The after life of the party by fall out boy
      Open happiness by Patrick stump, cee lo green
      How to save a life by the fray
      Ever the same by rob Thomas
      Mr. Brightside by the killers
      Here by me by 3 doors down
      Landing in London by 3 doors Down
      When you were young by the killers
      Sweet and low by augustana
      You and me by lifehouse
      Babylon by David gray
      Gasoline rainbows by Amy kuney

  • Kelly says:

    Why Is It So Hard To Find Songs For My Ipod List? I have the ipod in different categories…. I’d love some help!

    Rock:
    It’s A Matter Of Trust – Billy Joel
    Mr. Brightside – The Killers
    Who Put The Bomp – Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
    Wild World – Same
    The Longest Time – Same

    Pop:
    Baby Come On Over
    Rev It Up (Bewitched)
    Beautiful Girls
    Upside Down
    Best Days Of Your Life
    There She Goes
    Black Or White
    Save Tonight
    Blurred Lines
    Say You’ll Be There
    Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You
    River Of Dreams
    Doesn’t Really Matter
    Hungry Eyes
    Don’t Matter (Akon)
    It’s A Beautiful Day (Buble)
    Everything (Michael Buble)
    Hate That I Love You
    Everytime We Touch
    Dilemma
    Fireflies
    Roll To Me
    Forget You (Cee Lo)
    Good To Go To Mexico
    Gotta Tell You
    Haven’t Met You Yet
    Hey Soul Sister
    I Do Not Hook Up
    I Love You Always Forever
    It Wasn’t Me
    It’s All Been Done (Barenaked Ladies)
    Mmmbop
    More Than Words (Frankie J)
    Mr. Lonely (Akon)
    My Life Would Suck Without You
    Never Be Lonely
    Never Forget You
    Ooh Ah, Just a Little Bit
    Quit Playing Games With My Heart
    Radioactive
    Red Red Wine
    Say My Name
    So Much In Love
    Somebody That I Used To Know
    Survivor
    Sweet Escape
    That Thing You Do
    This Love
    Thrift Shop
    Together Again
    Try Sleeping With A Broken Heart
    Waterfalls
    You’ll Be In My Heart
    Stop
    I Can’t Help Myself (Nobody’s Angel)
    If I Were A Boy
    Come On Over (Christina Aguilera)
    Candyman
    Upside Down
    Electric Bird

    Those are just 2 categories so far but I’d love some help with them..

    • Curator says:

      Piano man
      read my mind
      all these things that i have done
      human
      give you hell
      move along
      yellow
      sunday
      any Temper Trap songs
      songs by The Shins
      songs by The Smiths
      here comes your man
      Mr blue sky
      pumped up kicks
      songs by Fun
      songs by Noah And The Whale
      have i been a fool
      songs by Plain White T’s
      songs by Alex Day
      songs by One Republic
      songs by Parachute
      songs by Paramour
      songs by REM
      songs by Sum 41
      songs by System Of Down
      songs by U2
      songs by Talking Heads

      hope that helped:)

  • Looking For Any Good Books To Read? Looking for a really good book to read, any suggestions?
    I don’t really like sci-fi or mystery/fantasy books. I loved Khalid Hosseini’s ‘A Thousand Splendid Suns’, one of the best books ive read

    • Curator says:

      *The Glass Menagerie by Tenessee Williams

      The Glass Menagerie is a memory play, and its action is drawn from the memories of the narrator, Tom Wingfield. Tom is a character in the play, which is set in St. Louis in 1937. He is an aspiring poet who toils in a shoe warehouse to support his mother, Amanda, and sister, Laura. Mr. Wingfield, Tom and Laura’s father, ran off years ago and, except for one postcard, has not been heard from since.

      *Summer of My German Soldier by Bette Greene

      Summer of My German Soldier is a book by Bette Greene first published in 1973.
      The story is told in first person narrative by a twelve-year-old Jewish girl named Patty Bergen living in Jenkinsville, Arkansas during World War II. The story focuses on the friendship between Patty and an escaped German POW named Anton. Patty first meets Anton when a group of German POWs visits her father’s store. Anton teaches Patty that she is a person of value. In return, she protects Anton by hiding him above her father’s garage.

      *Song of the Sparrow by Lisa Ann Sandel

      The year is 490 AD. Fiery 16-year-old Elaine of Ascolat, the daughter of one of King Arthur’s supporters, lives with her father on Arthur’s base camp, the sole girl in a militaristic world of men.
      Elaine’s only girl companion is the mysterious Morgan, Arthur’s older sister, but Elaine cannot tell Morgan her deepest secret: She is in love with Lancelot, Arthur’s second-in-command. However, when yet another girl — the lovely Gwynivere– joins their world, Elaine is confronted with startling emotions of jealousy and rivalry. But can her love for Lancelot survive the birth of an empire?

      And I recommend highly both Another Faust and

      *The Glass Castle by Jennette Walls
      A memoir detailing Jennete and her family’s life. Constantly short on food and money
      The family moves all over the country frequently. The family is dysfunctional and the children wish to grow out of their loving, yet irresponsible parents hands.

      Alright now that you’ve given me more to work with here are some that are a little like ‘A Thousand Splendid Suns’ Ik you said you don’t really like fantasy so for the sake of this answer being too long I’ve gotten rid of some.

      The Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
      Presented in the first person, the story is a collection of journal entries written by a woman whose physician husband has confined her to the upstairs bedroom of a house he has rented for the summer. She is forbidden from working and has to hide her journal from him, so she can recuperate from what he calls a “temporary nervous depression – a slight hysterical tendency,” a diagnosis common to women in that period.[2] The windows of the room are barred, and there is a gate across the top of the stairs, allowing her husband to control her access to the rest of the house.

      The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath
      Esther Greenwood, a young woman from the suburbs of Boston, gains a summer internship at a prominent magazine in New York City under editor Jay Cee. As she lives longer in the city her descent into madness/ psychosis increases. A beautiful yet tragic classic almost autobiographical about Plaths own life.

      Still Alice by Lisa Genova
      Alice Howland – Harvard professor, gifted researcher and lecturer, wife, and mother of three grown children – sets out for a run and soon realizes she has no idea how to find her way home. She has taken the route for years, but nothing looks familiar. She is utterly lost. Medical consults reveal early-onset Alzheimer’s.
      Alice’s slowly but inevitably loses memory and connection with reality, told from her perspective. She gradually loses the ability to follow a conversational thread, the story line of a book, or to recall information she heard just moments before. Genova’s debut shows the disease progression through the reactions of others, as Alice does, so readers feel what she feels – a slowly building terror.

      I’ve read a lot of books I could give you more but I think this amount is adequate.

  • Frank says:

    Am I Mentally Retarded? I’m a little bit flustered with my life right now, due to this notion of mine, that I am mentally retarded. Retrospectively I’ve aggregated characteristics and behaviors that go from my infant/young boy days, all the way to adolescence, that might be an indicator that I have MR.

    First, let’s explore my days of innocence, which refers to infancy. When I was fourteen months, I was adopted by two of the most selfless, caring, and gracious people, who I’m privileged to call Mom and Dad My friends and I joke around sometimes and say that my biological mother was a Guatemalan stripper, working at Pink Nips and she had a quickie with Stan, a steel hauler. This was a closed adoption, so my medical background is unclear. I have no way of knowing if my bio-mom was on any drugs or if she abused alcohol when I was germinating in her womb. Now, I can’t commemorate every milestone I’ve achieved as a toddler, but I can recall what my mom has told me, She has told that I was, “delayed” I asked her if she could elaborate a little more, so she went on to explain that my motor skills developed later than most children and that I had my “own” language. That’s red flag number one, One of the signs of MR is slowly acquiring the ability to walk and talk at a later time than other kids. In elementary school, I was treated by am occupational therapist because I was not coordinated to ascend the bleachers.

    The summer after middle school, I had a chimera that my high school days would be occupied with my sweetheart that one day I’d marry, excellent grades, or sacking the opposing team quarterback. As for dreams, well you wake up to reality. I never knew how to approach girls. When I had to talk to a female classmate for a project, my body would start trembling, I would sweat profusely, and babble would leave my mouth. I felt like Charlie Sheen in rehab. Peers began to reject me, and soon I was starting to reject my self. My grades declined(but not in history, because my grades were like Black Tuesday, which happened on October 24th, 1929). Never did I try out for any sport because I didn’t feel capable of learning any plays. Brace your self for this one,,.in high school I had aspirations to be a veterinarian.*Cee Lo singing “ain’t that some ****”* I expected my voyage through high school to be sailed on blue waters and with clear skies, but dark waters soon approached, storms blew in and I was lost at sea. Horrible grades, awkward conversations and an unpopular life painted the canvas of my teen life and are factors of why I might have MR.

    Today I’m 23 and I have embarked through hundreds of grueling social encounters where I can’t articulate what I need to say. I’m always concerned that what I say wouldn’t make sense, or sound intelligent. I am chatting with this girl that I met online but when I call her, I can;t come up with anything interesting to say. My financial situation is messed up, I’m unemployed, and never had an intimate relationship. I feel limited on what I can do because my lack of intelligence. Right now I have an itch to be a journalist or a crisis worker, but who would hire me if I’m SLOW. Sorry if this whole spiel isn’t punctuated correctly, or if it sounds uneducated. Honestly tell me what you think I have.

    • Curator says:

      Based on how you wrote that whole story, I definitely DONT think you have mental retardation. The only thing you might be is socially awkward, but who cares! I’ve been socially awkward almost my whole life and I’m only now realizing who cares, I am who I am, and I should just feel comfortable with myself and act how I really feel.

      Just know that another day brings another opportunity. You can get over these obstacles if you try, and just keep going. It sounds like you have a loving and supporting family so just don’t quit. Keep going out and trying to have conversations. Don’t be nervous and just be yourself. Have fun with life because you only have one chance at it. And don’t take it things too seriously.. you’ll be just fine

  • Frank says:

    Am I Mentally Retarded?? I’m a little bit flustered with my life right now, due to this notion of mine, that I am mentally retarded. Retrospectively I’ve aggregated characteristics and behaviors that go from my infant/young boy days, all the way to adolescence, that might be an indicator that I have MR.

    First, let’s explore my days of innocence, which refers to infancy. When I was fourteen months, I was adopted by two of the most selfless, caring, and gracious people, who I’m privileged to call Mom and Dad My friends and I joke around sometimes and say that my biological mother was a Guatemalan stripper, working at Pink Nips and she had a quickie with Stan, a steel hauler. This was a closed adoption, so my medical background is unclear. I have no way of knowing if my bio-mom was on any drugs or if she abused alcohol when I was germinating in her womb. Now, I can’t commemorate every milestone I’ve achieved as a toddler, but I can recall what my mom has told me, She has told that I was, “delayed” I asked her if she could elaborate a little more, so she went on to explain that my motor skills developed later than most children and that I had my “own” language. That’s red flag number one, One of the signs of MR is slowly acquiring the ability to walk and talk at a later time than other kids. In elementary school, I was treated by am occupational therapist because I was not coordinated to ascend the bleachers.

    The summer after middle school, I had a chimera that my high school days would be occupied with my sweetheart that one day I’d marry, excellent grades, or sacking the opposing team quarterback. As for dreams, well you wake up to reality. I never knew how to approach girls. When I had to talk to a female classmate for a project, my body would start trembling, I would sweat profusely, and babble would leave my mouth. I felt like Charlie Sheen in rehab. Peers began to reject me, and soon I was starting to reject my self. My grades declined(but not in history, because my grades were like Black Tuesday, which happened on October 24th, 1929). Never did I try out for any sport because I didn’t feel capable of learning any plays. Brace your self for this one,,.in high school I had aspirations to be a veterinarian.*Cee Lo singing “ain’t that some ****”* I expected my voyage through high school to be sailed on blue waters and with clear skies, but dark waters soon approached, storms blew in and I was lost at sea. Horrible grades, awkward conversations and an unpopular life painted the canvas of my teen life and are factors of why I might have MR.

    Today I’m 23 and I have embarked through hundreds of grueling social encounters where I can’t articulate what I need to say. I’m always concerned that what I say wouldn’t make sense, or sound intelligent. I am chatting with this girl that I met online but when I call her, I can;t come up with anything interesting to say. My financial situation is messed up, I’m unemployed, and never had an intimate relationship. I feel limited on what I can do because my lack of intelligence. Right now I have an itch to be a journalist or a crisis worker, but who would hire me if I’m SLOW. Sorry if this whole spiel isn’t punctuated correctly, or if it sounds uneducated. Honestly tell me what you think I have.

    • Curator says:

      You seem to have more social issues. Have you ever seen a neuropsychologist? They will be able to evaluate you and come up with an appropriate diagnosis. You clearly don’t have an IQ below 70 but you need help. I hope you find someone who can help you. If you live near a university, they might have suggestions for you.

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