If you had any doubt in your mind that R. Kelly’s “Trapped In The Closet” series is here to stay, here’s your final confirmation: There’s a book version of it company. Speaking with Fast Company, the singer-songwriter-producer says he’s hard at work on a literary version of his Negro telenovela.
The interview revealed:
The “Trapped in the Closet” book you see as an infomercial in the new chapters is a book that’s on its way, that I’m writing. I know where Chuck was before he met Rufus. I know what was happening before they actually met. I know what happened with Bridget and the midget and everybody else’s situation. So I feel like the fans have supported “Trapped in the Closet,” so I feel like it’s time to introduce them to these people before what they saw. It’s the prequel meeting the sequel. You’ll get to find out a lot of things you don’t know, or that you can’t know, unless you read the book or unless I tell you–so I decided to do a book on it.