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R. Kelly Promises 40 More Chapters of 'Trapped in the Closet'

R. Kelly Promises 40 More Chapters of 'Trapped in the Closet'

R. Kelly, the controversial R&B singer and songwriter, has announced that he has 40 more chapters of his musical soap opera series 'Trapped in the Closet' in the works. The series, which debuted in 2005 with 12 chapters, tells a story of a one-night stand that sets off a chain of events, gradually revealing a greater web of lies, sex and deceit.

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The series has been praised for its originality, humor and suspense, but also criticized for its explicit content, melodrama and absurdity. Kelly has written, produced, directed and starred in the series, playing multiple characters and narrating the story in song. The series has been released sporadically over the years, with the last installment of 11 chapters airing on IFC in 2012.

In an interview with TMZ, Kelly said that he has written 32 more chapters since then, and is looking for investors to help him produce and release them. He also said that he has a movie version of 'Trapped in the Closet' planned, which would be released to theaters. Kelly did not reveal any details about the plot or the release date of the new chapters or the movie.

Fans of 'Trapped in the Closet' have been eagerly waiting for more updates on the saga, which has featured characters such as Sylvester, Cathy, Rufus, Chuck, Twan, Pimp Lucius and many more. The series has also spawned parodies, remixes and memes on social media. Kelly has said that he was inspired by his own life experiences and his love for musicals to create 'Trapped in the Closet'.

'Trapped in the Closet' is available to watch on YouTube and Apple TV.

However, Kelly's announcement of more chapters of 'Trapped in the Closet' comes amid a series of legal troubles and allegations of sexual abuse and misconduct against him. Kelly is currently facing multiple charges in federal and state courts, including racketeering, sexual exploitation of children, kidnapping, bribery and obstruction of justice. He has pleaded not guilty to all charges and has denied any wrongdoing.

Kelly's accusers and critics have also spoken out in the documentary series 'Surviving R. Kelly', which aired on Lifetime in 2019 and 2020. The documentary features interviews with women who claim that Kelly abused them physically, emotionally and sexually, sometimes when they were underage. The documentary also explores Kelly's rise to fame, his influence on the music industry and his history of legal battles.

Some fans and supporters of Kelly have expressed their loyalty and admiration for him despite the allegations, citing his musical talent and legacy. Others have called for a boycott of his music and a cancellation of his career, arguing that he should be held accountable for his actions and that his music glorifies violence and misogyny. The debate over Kelly's music and persona has sparked a larger conversation about the separation of art and artist, and the role of the public in holding celebrities responsible for their behavior. 0efd9a6b88


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