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Offbeat He said he was Alicia Keys' DJ, and given access to 3 Philly schools. A student sniffed out his lies.

00:21  06 may  2018
00:21  06 may  2018 Source:   latimes.com

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A student sniffed out his lies . He introduced himself to students as “ DJ Official Silent Assassin.” But something seemed off, one teacher said — “ He spoke in this really quiet voice, and what he was saying was just bizarre.

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High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. © Carol M. Highsmith/Buyenlarge/Getty Images High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

PHILADELPHIA — The famous DJ entered the Philadelphia High School for Creative and Performing Arts Thursday with an entourage and the blessing of the Philadelphia School District.

He worked for Alicia Keys, the students were told. He wanted to talk to them about the music business and staying in school. He introduced himself to students as "DJ Official Silent Assassin."

But something seemed off, one teacher said — "He spoke in this really quiet voice, and what he was saying was just bizarre. The bodyguards that were with him had wires in their ears, but they weren't attached to anything. He was rambling on about Alicia Keys."

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We really couldn’t understand him . We were told that he was the DJ for Alicia Keys , but it doesn’t seem like that is the case.” The student said Coleman was “acting shady,” a feeling that made her Google the man (by one of his other handles, clearly)

Later that day, school officials realized a problem: The man they let stroll into three schools in two days was Jerez Coleman, with a federal prison record for hundreds of threats against the Washington transit system and known as "Kidd Cole" on the MTV reality show "Catfish," which shows people who create fake identities online.

Spokesman Lee Whack said the fault was the school district's.

"He was an impostor, an impersonator, a fraud," Whack said Friday. "He should not have been approved" to enter the buildings. "It was unacceptable that it happened, and we are reviewing our procedures to make sure it's something that never happens again."

Describing himself as Keys' DJ, Coleman, who also attended National College Signing Day in Philadelphia, initially reached out Wednesday to the school system and some principals, asking to visit schools, Whack said. He said the singer herself might also come along.

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He explains, " DJ Silent Asassin stated he was Alicia Keys ' DJ because he felt the positive outlets he has done currently would be overlooked. He told the school about his past and mentioned to the school his placements with other artist and wanted to just encourage the youth about learning from

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Coleman got a central office staffer's blessing — Whack wouldn't say whose — and showed up at South Philadelphia High shortly before dismissal. He was there less than 10 minutes, Whack said — "students were not very interested in what he was talking about" — and the next day visited Benjamin Franklin High School, escorted by school district staffers.

"It's my understanding that he spoke to students about the music industry," Whack said. "He encouraged them to stay in school, and things of that nature."

Next, he went to CAPA.

The CAPA teacher, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because she was not authorized to discuss the matter publicly, said staff and students were aghast that Coleman and the others were let into the building with so little vetting. To volunteer at any school, parents must submit to extensive background checks.

One CAPA student, suspicious about the alleged DJ, took out her phone and searched Google while Coleman spoke, the teacher said. The student found Coleman's reality show history and 2016 conviction.

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"Students were saying, 'This guy was so obviously not real,'" the teacher said. "They saw it right away. Why did the adults not see it?"

School District staff escorting Coleman in CAPA and Benjamin Franklin carted cameras and took photos of students they hoped to use to promote the district, Whack said. His visit to CAPA was first reported Friday by WPVI-TV.

"We were thinking that this was a good thing," Whack said. "None of those photos will see the light of day. They will be deleted. We are supposed to do our due diligence to check into people's backgrounds, to make sure they are going to be speaking about age-appropriate things, to make sure they are qualified, and to make sure they are safe people to be around our students."

Coleman even asked some CAPA students for their Instagram account names. He wanted to follow them on social media, he told them.

A number of students obliged, and then blocked him after the hoax became clear.

"It still feels creepy," the teacher said. "Kids are worried."

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