“Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” That was said by Sir Walter Scott in his poem Marmion back in 1808, but R. Kelly pretty much said the same thing during Chapter 1 of Trapped in the Closet. “Then she stretched her hands in front of it/ Said, “You can’t go this way”/ Looked at her, like she was crazy/Said, “Woman move out my way”/ Said, “I got a wife at home”/ She said, “Please don’t go out there”/ “Lady, I’ve got to get home”/She said, her husband was comin’ up the stairs/“Shh, shh, quiet/Hurry up and get in the closet”/She said, “Don’t you make a sound/ Or some shit is going down.” While we’re sure Scott’s “Marmion” got seriously crunk, it’s hard to beat Kellz’ for a tangled web of deceit:
While Kellz may be less succinct than Sir Walter Scott, it is universally agreed upon that Kelly looks 100% better in a white suit. Don’t believe us? Watch Chapter 1-23 of Trapped in the Closet right here.
As you know, we premiered brand new chapters of Kelly’s hip hopera Trapped in the Closet last Friday. This week we are rolling out the new chapters online for you to watch in the comfort of your own cubicle. Go ahead and watch, because we know your boss will be thrilled to know that you are so hip and in touch with modern culture.
Here’s Chapter 26 of Trapped in the Closet: