The controversial rapper's long-forgotten musical soap opera has resurfaced in light of Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly has once again hit the headlines this week after the docu-series, Surviving R. Kelly, claimed he has founded an 'abusive cult' of women he allegedly uses as sex slaves. The rapper - whose real name is Robert Kelly - denies all the claims, and is now being investigated by police in the US. But outside of the Lifetime programme's dark allegations, another talking point has surfaced - and that's his long-forgotten musical soap opera, Trapped In The Closet. He launched the bizarre series in , with each episode featuring the same backing music while Kelly sang the narrative on top. One told the tale of a pastor who was outed as gay after his wife caught him on a call to his dying lover. Another saw Kelly hide in the closet after spending the night with a married woman whose husband returned home. His mistress and her spouse are shown getting down and dirty in front of him before his mobile goes off and the husband smells a rat. The first chapter got to number 22 in the US charts, and he billed his follow-up as "the year's biggest pop culture event.
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She probably doesn't even realize how crazy that is. And once you are done with those, ask about social issues and where she stands. It seems like a minor point, but I have noticed that every Mormon girl who disobeys the Mormon direction to avoid coffee has something majorly wrong with her. Given the high divorce rate in this particular specialty, it might have helped him if there were people in the environment who questioned his behavior or at the very least, registered some sort of disapproval. Immediateley after we got married I realised things were not going to be as I thought. Why not ask him where he wants the relationship to go. I knew a couple in my last ward who got married in their mid 20's. As for the Mormon cohort he will be exposed to, I have two thoughts: And so far as I could tell, it worked and no one tried to drag her husband into the church. For me this has been an opportunity to increase my love, tolerance, compassion and acceptance. I feel a sense of freedom would come with it, but I am also afraid of what this could mean for us in the long run.