Cheating Robin Thicke Divorce: Wife Paula Patton Faking Split? [RUMORS] ‘Blurred Lines’ Singer Rumored To Release ‘Paula’ & ‘Get Her Back’ For Publicity
By Staff Writer | June 27, 2014 12:01 AM EDT
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton may be faking their divorce for publicity surrounding the "Blurred Lines" singer's new "Paula" and "Get Her Back" tracks, according to Vice News.
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"But why is Thicke doing this? Why go through all the effort of publicly embarrassing yourself just to sell a few extra records? The answer may lie in Robin's quest for legitimacy. Thicke is playing the long con with this album push, masquerading a serious R&B project under the very transparent veil of public humiliation. Thicke is taking Usher's formula for Confessions, grinding it up into a very fine powder, mainlining it as a way to thin out the pure Cheez-Wiz that runs through his veins, and then freebasing what he couldn't melt on a spoon," the website writes.
"The fact that it (probably) isn't real frees him of the pesky burden of discretion that most people deal with when in the throes of relationship woes. The video for "Get Her Back" is coated with subtle clues as to why the two ended the relationship, featuring snippets of coded text message and a visibly bruised up Robin. It continues to add to the mystery of what fueled the couple's recent separation without providing any additional information. But more so, it's a fucking fantastic song, and maybe the best he's put out since "Lost Without You." And if it only takes a gigantic public hoax that hinges around a fake marriage dissolution to make the public pay attention to good music, then maybe it's worth it. At least he's not doing something terrible, like shooting at concert promoters from a moving van, or publicly coming out at a Furry. It's entertainment. Allow yourself to be entertained by it."
Robin Thicke has released a music video for his "Get Her Back" track aimed at winning over his ex-wife Paula Patton following his cheating scandal and divorce-many critics are calling the video "creepy."
He was spotted purchasing a mythical crystal used for purification and getting in contact with higher consciousness, TMZ reports.
Could the "Blurred Lines" singer attempt to get his wife Paula Patton back after his cheating scandal and divorce using the mythical gem?
Robin Thicke is releasing a new album entitled "Paula" as an attempt to get his wife Paula Patton back following their divorce and his cheating scandal.
Robin Thicke posted a photo on Instagram of himself performing using the caption "#GetHerBack" in what seems like an attempt to reconcile with his ex-wife Paula Patton following his cheating scandal and their divorce plans.
Television star Wendy Williams recently commented on Robin Thicke and Paula Patton's divorce following the "Blurred Lines" singer's cheating scandal and "Get Her Back" apology track.
"Robin Thicke tried to win his estranged wife, Paula Patton, back with his performance of 'Get Her Back' at the Billboard Music Awards...That's just desperate," she said, according to Life & Style.
"I wouldn't buy it and Paula shouldn't either. This whole public declaration only last 50 seconds before you have to have a real adult conversation."
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