This is a story about Robin Thicke, a complicated man who definitely lied, a lot, about his song ‘Blurred Lines.’
A year after he scored his biggest hit to date, Robin Thicke has admitted that he wasn’t able to help write ‘Blurred Lines’ due to drug abuse.
Is Robin Thicke done trying to ‘Get Her Back’?
Weird Al’s ‘Mandatory’ Interview: ‘Word Crimes,’ the ‘Tacky’ Video & Prince, Who Still Won’t Say Yes to a Parody
The longtime parody artist talks his latest targets — and how Prince still won’t give him permission.
“Word Crimes,” the new video, doesn’t reference Thicke’s perhaps poor choice of words on the original. Instead, Weird Al is giving a lesson in grammar.
With first-week sales like this, you could almost feel a little bit bad for Robin Thicke. Almost.
So far, 2014 hasn’t been the best year for Robin Thicke…and this news probably won’t make it any better.
Let’s say you are Robin Thicke and you’ve inadvertently kicked up a storm of controversy with your latest album, whose concept is a love letter to your estranged wife. What’s your next move?
The idea that you can corral The Internet into a respectable town hall meeting to ask the world’s most ineligible bachelor Robin Thicke some questions is, to put it in no uncertain terms, impossible.
Will Robin Thicke succeed in getting back Paula Patton?