My biggest concern [in ‘Trapped in the Closet’] was about the rhyming. And that has had an interesting effect on the story. For example after I had introduced the character of ‘Bridget,’ it was only a matter of time before I came up with the character ‘Little Man.’
[The next sentence follows continuously, but I want to affect a pause after that last passage and let it sink in. Yesssssss. The rhyming. Bridget. Little Man. BRIDGET. LITTLE MAN. –aa]
It was like I was a novelist writing about how our lives are all interconnected, which was the point of the whole drama."
— R. Kelly, “Soulacoaster: The Diary of Me”