Hot 97 radio DJ Mister Cee has returned to his job after just one day, following his initial resignation over a video which appeared to show him soliciting oral sex from a transsexual prostitute.
Mister Cee has returned to Hot 97 after just one day's absence.
The veteran radio DJ resigned from his flagship show, 'Throwback at Noon', on the US hip-hop music station on Thursday (12.09.13) after yet another allegation emerged of him soliciting transsexual prostitutes.
He handed in his notice after a video surfaced on YouTube containing audio of the star apparently asking popular blogger Bimbo Winehouse - who was acting uncover - for oral sex.
However, he was convinced to return by station program director Ebro Darden and appeared on the breakfast show the next day to explain himself and be ''real'' and ''transparent'' with his listeners about his sexuality.
The legendary DJ - whose career spans over 20 years - revealed through his tears: ''I am tired of trying to do something or be something that I'm not. I'm tired. Have I lied about getting sexual fellatio in a car with a transsexual? Yeah. I have lied about that.
''I feel bad for the listeners that it did take a video for me to say this because I have been in denial with this for a very, very long time, a very long time. Do I consider myself gay? No, I don't consider myself gay. Even with me saying that, I know I'm still in denial.
''I know that I'm still in denial because I know that I love women, any women that I been with me know that I love women, but occasionally, I get the urge to have fellatio with a transsexual man that looks like a woman. But then I'm saying I'm not gay because I haven't penetrated a man.''
This emotional revelation comes after Cee was caught allegedly trying to solicit a transsexual prostitute in Brooklyn in May. In 2011, he was ordered to receive three months of counselling after he was seen receiving oral sex from another transsexual prostitute.
The brave star explained he was worried the fresh accusations would affect his career in an industry plagued by homophobic sentiments.
He said: ''We'll see what happens after this. And honestly that's been my dilemma all this time. Am I still gonna be looked at the same way? Am I still gonna be ... My whole fear of this whole thing of what I've been going through is most importantly my family.''
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