Since being exposed and arrested for a not-so-secret rendezvous with a male prostitute in New York City last month, Mister Cee has remained out of site, but it looks like his cohort in question has decided to speak out.

Lawrence Campbell, also known as Pink Lady, is addressing the matter and attempting to clear his name through a video posted on Despite confirmation from the NYPD proving that Cee was arrested for a lude act with another male, Campbell claims that the whole story is untrue.

"I kinda just wanted to set the record straight and let everybody know that nothing indeed happened in that car," he said. "I'm definitely not a prostitute. I'm not in any way, shape or form. I don't do things like that. I don't have sex for money. I don't need to have sex for money. I make enough money on my own."

The 20-year-old, who clarified that he is a drag queen rather than a transsexual, also revealed that he has no intentions of profiting off of the scandal. "I feel like people, nowadays, will do anything and everything for money. This whole thing I feel like is just a big a-- entertainment scheme. I don't understand why I was brought into it."

Campbell however did not deny or confirm having any affiliation with Cee, born Calivn Lebrun.

As previously reported, the Hot 97 DJ was arrested for the lewd act on March 30, and quietly went back to his day job as a Hot 97 radio personality before the public received word of what happened. Since the news broke, reactions within the hip-hop community have been mixed. While Cee's co-worker and longtime friend Funkmaster Flex blasted the story as being misleading, others like 50 Cent announced their support of Cee regardless of his sexual orientation.

Watch Lawrence Campbell Speak on the Mister Cee Scandal