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You Don’t Say: (Video) Hot 97’s Mister Cee Now New ‘Sexual Freedom’ Advocate 72hours After Confessing to Having” the Urge to Have Fellatio” with Male Prostitutes

I am dumbfounded, really. About or less than 72hours, at best, of dealing with all of Mister Cee’s confession of soliciting male prostitutes for sex, Mister Cee has found so called “sexual freedom” and is now the ambassador to spread his message about his “human rights” to exercise this “sexual freedom.”

Incredible. Shouldn’t there be at least some time in between the occasional sexual “urges” he gets to engage in fellatio sex with male prostitutes, and the time he becomes a brand ambassador for any group?

“Exercising his human right for sexual freedom?” Is this man married or did I miss something? What has “human right to exercise sexual freedom” or what have you, got to do with a man who is married and made the commitment to his wife and children. There is no news about him divorcing yet. So, why are we here again?

This man is either being taken advantage of by those with their own agendas, or he is just plain super confused and selfish right now. Either way, this is crazy.

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