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R. Kelly Is Threatening to Release 32 New Chapters of ‘Trapped in the Closet’ [VIDEO]

R. Kelly Trapped in The Closet
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It looks like there could soon be a lot more to ‘Trapped in the Closet,’ R. Kelly’s incomparable 22-part ‘hip hopera,’ which he released between 2005 and 2007.

The controversial singer has told TMZ that he has written 32 more chapters in his critically-acclaimed (by R. Kelly) and seemingly neverending music video saga. 

The only problem is Kelly currently lacks the financial backing to bring the ambitious project to the masses, and, as a way of generating interest, Kelly told TMZ that in the subsequent chapters viewers and listeners will find out what the mysterious “package” ailment that most of the characters contracted in the first 22 chapters is.

Are you excited to learn about what happens to Sylvester, Pimp Lucious and the rest? Refresh your memory by watching ‘Trapped in the Closet, Part 1′ below.

[via TMZ]

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