Robin Thicke 'Blurred Lines' Unrated Video Models Sexy Careers Blossom [Watch] + Paula Patton's Husband Said He Was Drunk On Set
By Staff Writer | June 24, 2013 09:20 PM EDT
After Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" hit has reached the top of the charts while being criticized for promoting women assault with "rapey" lyrics, the models who starred topless in the unrated video for the single are blossoming into stars.
Emily Ratajkowski is a London bred model who spends most of her time between Los Angeles and New York who gained a lot of notoriety when making a cameo in the explicit "Blurred Lines" video. The twins she holds close to her heart attracted even more fame.
Ever since Emily went topless in the racy music video, according to Fans Share, gossip has surface that the raging beauty has had a boob job. As soon as the model got wind of the rumors, she went straight to Twitter to slap them down.
For those meanies that insist I have had a boob job, here I am at 14 sooooo pic.twitter.com/MMZZvAMrAdvertisement
— Emily Ratajkowski (@realemrata) January 11, 2013
Going topless in the "Blurred Lines" video alongside Emily was Jessi M' Bengue who caused a stir by possibly setting a new hair trend according to Now Daily. Jessi was captured in the video topped with a long rope braided high side ponytail held in place by a gold scrunchie reminiscent of the 80's. These scrunchies are currently being sold at American Apparel for cheap. Speaking of cheap, Robin Thicke revealed to Radio 1 Breakfast Show that they created the "Blurred Lines" video for barely nothing since the most expensive props on set were the models. They didn't get naked for nothing. "The girls were quite enjoyable and lots of fun and very comfortable naked...and they got paid very handsomely," said Thicke who also admitted to being drunk on the video set. "The thing was, we spent all the money on the girls being naked."
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