R. Kelly needs money and he needs it now -- that is if the world wants to see his 32 new chapters of the "Trapped in the Closet" saga. So ... get this man some cash, or is it time to move on? Plus, the Kardashian empire takes a hit from a human rights group over alleged "slave labor" in a Chinese factory where they make clothes. The guy who's accusing them calls in ... see why we think there's a few key facts missing from this story.
(1:00) The Kardashian's are accused by Star Magazine of using sweatshops to make their clothes -- but there's something fishy about the story. (4:40) Executive director of the Institute for Global Labour and Human Rights Charles Kernaghan -- whom Star quoted in their article -- is on the phone ... and he says they got it all wrong!!! (12:20) Evan is fired up -- Star's report was completely irresponsible without doing the proper research. (17:11) Kernaghan hasn't actually seen the Kardashian factory -- but he says it's highly likely conditions are terrible. (18:15) Kernghan warned Star not to publish the story without doing more research. (27:30) A classic clip from R. Kelly's "Trapped in the Closet" series -- involving a little person pooping himself. (28:31) Possibly the greatest news of all time -- R. Kelly told us he wants to make 32 more chapters "Trapped in the Closet" videos. (30:05) Van said it best -- the "Trapped" videos are like "Hood Masterpiece Theater."