The BK native denied being gay but broke down in tears several times, exposing his fear of not being “looked at the same way,” and shaming his West Indian family. “I just feel like I let a lot of people down,” Cee explained, adding that he needs time to deal with “who,” and “what” he is.

The BK native denied being gay but broke down in tears several times, exposing his fear of not being “looked at the same way,” and shaming his West Indian family. “I just feel like I let a lot of people down,” Cee explained, adding that he needs time to deal with “who,” and “what” he is.