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  1. Francis #1 says

    Regardless of what you think about Mister Cee and everything he’s done up to this point, I’m glad he feels free and happy and is being more honest now in who he is. And although he came out in an embarrassing, scandal-laden way where he was essentially dragged out of the closet, it can start a desperately necessary conversation regarding homophobia and especially transphobia within hip-hop and urban culture in general. It needs to happen.

  2. bravo says

    Good for him. Having been dragged out of the closet myself, I have the utmost sympathy for him. The self-loathing he must have experienced is so powerful. I send him my best wishes for a good life. Secrets can kill from within.

  3. Jesse says

    @Francis #1 your comment was so on point!!! I am supportive of anyone who decides to live their truth openly and honestly. He may have been forced to deal with his sexuality in a public way, but he will be a much better, happier person for it.

  4. says

    FRANCIS#1 nailed it!!! We need to be more concerned about WHY there are countless men and women like him in our society as opposed to WHO they are. This “sensationalistic” approach and handling of these individuals and situations have harmful effects instead of healing ones.

  5. Belthazar says

    “…it can start a desperately necessary conversation regarding homophobia and especially transphobia within hip-hop and urban culture in general…”

    It’s a conversation that needs to happen Period, regardless of ‘culture’.

  6. Audi-owner says

    F**king Trannies and paying them a salary is NOT a sexual orientation and it has nothing to do with being a gay man! This site is obviously full of low lives and clueless b**ches!

  7. TemplAR says

    No one in the hip hop audience would understand that liking transgendered people is not the same thing as being gay. They’re ignorant for the most part. The black community has a long way to go on most things. Ugh.

  8. Derrick from Philly says

    @ “No one in the hip hop audience would understand that liking transgendered people is not the same thing as being gay. They’re ignorant for the most part. The black community has a long way to go on most things. Ugh.”

    This activity was going on long before you were born. Maybe there are aspects to being “Gay” that you are ignorant of.

    @ BRIAN IN TEXAS,

    I just read you comment. Thank you.

    There are Gay people who are determined to define what “Gay” is. Define it for yourself.

  9. Derrick from Philly says

    Well, it is interesting. The other day in the posting with the two Transwomen being interviewed by Marc Lamont Hill they brought up an interesting point. There is no designation for a man who prefers to have sex with Transwomen. And I suppose there is no special word for women who prefer sex with Transmen.

    This discussion has been going for 50 years. And it frustrates some Gay men so much. LOL

  10. jamal49 says

    Adam, MaryM, Templar: first off, go blow. Second, we are the LGBTQ community and your ignorance is revolting. Just to enlighten you a bit: yes, gay men can become attracted to and involved with trans people in a fully-sexual, if not romantic, relationship. The problem is, your minds are so closed to the possibilities of human sexuality that you are unable to comprehend that Mister Cee could be very gay and prefer transsexual women. So, until you know anything about anything, sit down and shut up.

    Mister Cee, don’t worry about a thing. Your circle of family and friends just multiplied a hundred-fold. I can imagine how difficult, painful it has been for you to live in such a fearful closet. Well, now your out. This will be perhaps, hopefully, transformative for the Hip-Hop community. I hope from this point on, your life is filled with peace.

  11. Rowan says

    Haha Jamal49! Multiplied? Really? Wow, times have really changed for gay people coming out.

    Frank Ocean gets bullied daily by black blogs, has lost family friends etc BUT Mister Cee is gonna become Mr Popular? Riiiight.

  12. Rowan says

    Derrick, what about calling them transbi?? If they claim it really isn’t because they are so scared to be gay and have lived such a conditioned hetero that they can’t imagine a man without a woman, I call them ‘trans bi’.

    Think this dude is gay though.

  13. Hagatha says

    I know what a lot of black people call guys who like trannies; freak. But if Craigslist is any guide, then black people think “freak” is a good thing. They are always looking for “a real freak” to “get your freak on” or something like that. And let’s face it, for every passable transexual trying to live a normal life as the sex they were not born to, there is a dozen who think it’s an excuse to be and act bizarre.

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