Whoops? Early last Wednesday morning Calvin Labrun (a.k.a. Hot 97 DJ Mister Cee) was arrested by the NYPD for public lewdness after he was found in a parked car being fellated by a man half his age. However, he's denying it on his Twitter, "Nah that shit not true.. You know how i rock."

The 44-year-old Labrun—who was a producer on BIG's debut album Ready to Die and who has a Tropical Fantasy flavor named after him—was found by police around 3:55 a.m. in a car with 20-year-old Lawrence Campbell, who appeared to be servicing him.

This was not the first bust for the "Throwback at Noon" host, he reportedly was arrested in lower Manhattan last October 8 and November 20 while loitering for the purpose of prostitution (soliciting, we are assuming). In his October arrests Mister Cee pled guilty to disorderly conduct, while his November arrest's charges appear to have been dropped. Campbell does not appear to have a criminal history.

As rumors of the arrest circulated a few of Cee's peers came to his defense, with Funkmaster Flex going so far as to flat out call it untrue. Cee also denied the charges on Twitter today, tweeting "Never was i in a car with anyone when i was detained.. The facts will come out and show what is being reported is totally untrue," and that the allegations are false: "Nah that shit not true.. You know how i rock, thats NYPD making it look good for TV ... Feel me"

For what it is worth Cee didn't miss any work from the headache. His set today included tracks like Jay-Z’s “Can I Live,” the Game’s “Hate It Or Love It,” and Alchemist's "Hold You Down."