Robin Thicke

Pop-funk bro Robin Thicke recently separated from his wife of nine years, Paula Patton, and then recorded an album ostensibly designed to win her back. To promote the new album, Thicke participated in a VH1-sponsored Twitter Q&A session, and unsurprisingly, it didn’t go so well. On Monday, VH1 tweeted asking users to submit questions with the #AskThicke hashtag. And ask they did!

The Q&A session was held last night, and for the most part Thicke predictably ignored the torrent of people calling him a misogynist and a shitty musician, instead answering such burning questions as “Why do fools fall in love?” and “Why don’t you bring back the locks, bro?” along with a few more serious questions about his relationship with his ex-wife and the emotional experience of making the album.

He did address the controversy briefly by letting readers know, “I’m a big boy. I can handle it.”

So stop feeling bad for Robin Thicke, everyone! He can handle it.

(via BuzzFeed)

Comments (8)
  1. No one feels bad for Robin Thicke.

  2. Robin Thicke is the most basic dude on the planet and “Blurred Lines” was a socially critical miss as well as just a garbage song, but did the man really encourage rape?

  3. Did anyone ask him about the “They’re not really separated” conspiracy theory?

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