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Ne-Yo (Fresh out of the closet) and Cee-Lo Green at Pawn Shop Tonight

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Regardless of if the rumors are true, word around town these days is that Ne-Yo is fresh out of the closet and proud to be gay. That would be great (and shout outs to Ne-Yo if it's true) but even newer rumors are saying he vehemently denies it. Booo...hiss. If you're out, just be out. Who cares?

He'll be getting lot's of ass tonight one way or another as he's in town, first for the Hip-hop Summit Action Network, and then for a birthday party tonight at the Pawn Shop. Guys and girls would love to see Ne-Yo in his birthday suit, and the way that folks in Miami party, chances are, lucky members of both genders will get their wish.

Details below

NE-YO CELEBRITY BIRTHDAY AFFAIR

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2007 @ THE PAWN SHOP!

FEATURING: 305 MODEL SEARCH MAGAZINE!

CO-HOSTED BY: CEE-LO GREEN OF GNARLS BARKLEY!

MUSIC BY: DJ CLUE!

TOP FEELIN' & D MONEY!

DOORS OPEN @ 11PM. THE FIRST 305 LADIES ARE IN FREE!

THE PAWN SHOP

1222 NE 2ND AVE. DOWNTOWN MIAMI, FL

FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: (786) 281-7978

WWW.THEPAWNSHOPLOUNGE.COM

WWW.MYSPACE.COM/JPEGMARKETING

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