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Hot 97 Deejay Mister Cee Busted For Trying To Solicit A Male Prostitute — Tha Wire [VIDEO]

Hot 97 deejay Mister Cee was arrested late Thursday evening for allegedly soliciting a male prostitute in Brooklyn. 

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You would think after being caught twice already, this dude would have learned his lesson.  According to the New York Daily News, Cee (real name Calvin LeBrun), approached a man he thought was a prostitute and allegedly asked him for sex, but to his surprise the man was undercover cop.  Listen to our very own Charlamagne of The Breakfast Club as he gives him the “Donkey Of The Day” award.

The 46-year-old DJ was arrested and charged with soliciting a prostitute and released on his recognizance.  Unfortunately, this isn’t the first or second time that Cee has got caught by police participating in this type of behavior.

Mister Cee’s first claim to fame was being Big Daddy Kane’s DJ back in the 80’s and 90’s.  Believe it or not, he also served as the executive producer for the Notorious B.I.G.’s debut album, Ready to Die (1994).

Get more details surrounding this case below with Tha Wire.

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Funeral services for Chris Kelly of Kris Kross, will take place in Atlanta this week.  As previously reported Kelly died May 1 in his Atlanta home from a suspected drug overdose. The 34-year-old mother, Donna Kelly Pratt, said he became ill after using cocaine and heroin the night before he died. An autopsy has been performed but the toxicology results aren’t in just yet.

Fellow Kris Kross member Chris Smith said Kelly was more than a friend rather, he was like a brother to him and released the following statement:

“Our friendship began as little boys in first grade. We grew up together. It was a blessing to achieve the success, travel the world and entertain Kris Kross fans all around the world with my best friend,” he said. “It is what we wanted to do and what brought us happiness. I will always cherish the memories of the C-Connection.”

Hear more about the funeral services and public memorial plans for Chris Kelly below with Tha Wire.

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Finally, Two Virginia songwriters are suing Usher and Justin Bieber for $10 million dollars.   The men say Ursh and his protege jacked their song ‘Somebody to Love’ and they want to be compensated.

Devin “De Rico” Copeland and Mareio Overton, claim that they passed their album ’My Story II’ to scouting company Sangreel Media for Usher to hear and the next thing they knew, their song appeared on Bieber’s album ‘My World 2.0.’

Get all the details now and why they feel Usher stole their song and hear more on all of the above stories as well.  Press play now to hear Tha Wire:

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