Mister Cee Is Still Claiming Straight, Tells GQ Biggie’d Have His Back Despite Lovin’ What That Tranny Mouf Do!

Mister Cee GQ

GQ went all deep — throat!!! The popular men’s magazine sat down with Mister Cee to discuss his embarrassing history of arrests for soliciting oral from transgender men.

New York Daily News posted an advance look. Check out some excerpts below:

In a new interview with GQ magazine, The Hot 97 DJ described his interest in transgender hookers as an eccentric, kinky obsession.

“Absolutely not,” he told GQ when asked point-blank if he’s gay.

“And it’s nothing — it’s no offense to transgender women, but I only get with transgender women for one thing and one thing only, and that’s for oral sex,” he said. “Like I said: I never had sex with a man. I never had sex with a transgender woman.”
The beloved 47-year-old deejay, whose real name is Calvin Lebrun, said he’s remained single since a video of him soliciting sex from a man in drag surfaced online last September following multiple arrests for solicitation and public lewdness.

“At this point in my life, I can’t even begin to try to be in a serious relationship with a woman,” Lebrun told GQ. “That’s the point that I’m at now: What do I want? Where am I at? Now that it’s out in the open — everybody knows, I know — where am I going from here?”

Though these and other questions remain, he said it was clear his illegal behavior had to stop.

“If I get arrested right now for that same type of activity, I’m doing 60 days in jail, hands down, done,” he told GQ.
The wide-ranging interview, shared exclusively with the Daily News ahead of next month’s issue, delves into Lebrun’s sexual history and the start of his walk on the wild side.

He said his interest in paid sex began after a girlfriend broke his heart in 2000.

He gravitated to strip clubs to numb the pain and started having sex with the staffers, he said.

Lebrun moved on to the “other thing” — the cross-dressing prostitutes — around 2005 or 2006, he said.

He told GQ it wasn’t a long-held fantasy, rather a convenient “rush” he could get on Christopher Street, a couple blocks from the Hot 97 offices.

“The best way I can explain it is that I was so knee-deep into doing it that it became a part of me,” he said.

“You know, one plus one equals two. You get horny, go out, go get your s–t off. It became a part of my routine,” he said. “Even though I was fearful, there was a part of me that felt invincible, too.”

He said when he was busted for public lewdness with a man in 2011, and the incident made the Daily News, he felt like his life was over.

“Literally dead, in the casket, in the coffin,” he told GQ.

“I would buy 2-liter Fanta Orange, 2-liter Sprite, 2-liter root beer — and I live by myself — just guzzling them. That’s how I was getting through my pain, f—king going to sleep and drinking soda. And I’m not even a soda drinker. I drunk so much soda to the point where my diabetes — my sugar level went so high, I started getting blind,” he said.

Now that’s crazy. We’ve never heard of such a thing. Is that some kind of bizarre way of chasing death?

There’s also a point in the interview when Cee describes how he also let his love for women get out of control at one point:

Via GQ:

Most of his life, he had girlfriends. One day we meet up at a Chinese-food spot near where he grew up and he starts listing them, all the women he’s loved. His first serious girl, from high school, he dated for four, four and a half years, and for a while he thought they’d get married. But she didn’t believe he’d succeed and told him so. “ ‘You’re not Run-DMC! You’re not LL or the Fat Boys!’ That was it for me,” he says.

On the Kane tours, he says, he was “f**king everything in sight.” The whole time he had a steady girlfriend, too. Once, he says, coming off tour, he gave her gonorrhea. “It was the most horrible thing I ever did to a woman in my life,” Cee says. She called him last year, after Cee had a run-in with the guy she was dating, just to tell him off again. “I mean, cursed me out, just called me all types of fa**ots and homos.”

Well damn… So maybe he’s just a sex addict period?

There’s somewhat of a happy ending in this though, in that Cee says he’s received an outpouring of support from a number of artists and he’s been able to forgive others who have been disrespectful:

Lebrun told GQ he’s trying not to take things personally anymore, saying he even forgives North Carolina rapper J. Cole for joking about him on his latest album.

And the local legend who helped hip hop stars like the late Notorious B.I.G get their start said he’s confident Biggie would support him if this happened 20 years ago.

“Oh, I know that,” Lebrun told GQ. “I know Big stands next to me. I have no question in my mind.”

That’s it. Cee has to write a book. This stuff is just way too fascinating. Clearly we’re not at the end of the story either, until he truly comes to terms with himself there’s going to be an internal struggle. Don’t you think?

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