When he’s not publicly (and desperately) trying to win estranged wife Paula Patton back, Robin Thicke spends some time connecting with his fans. For Robby’s sake, let’s hope his newest album, Paula, has better success than his #AskThicke Twitter efforts.
— VH1 (@VH1) July 1, 2014
Promising a lively discourse with fans, Robin opened up an #AskThicke Q&A on Twitter Tuesday through VH1. Perhaps some of his fans had some in-depth questions about his newest album or choice to wear a Beetlejuice costume onstage, but they were drowned out by the haters. The hilarious, hilarious haters.
Check out some highlights.
Robin Thicke is getting terrible abuse on the #AskThicke hashtag. Maybe If he’d dressed less provocative & stayed sober it wouldn’t happen?
— Jim Sheridan (@Jim_Sheridan) July 1, 2014
#AskThicke do you think the line at the bottom of the divorce papers is gonna be blurred?
— #PregnantProbs (@TheNerdGf) July 2, 2014
#AskThicke don’t you think this is an ironic hashtag considering you’re not one for asking?
— Thomas Simpson (@Simmy41) July 1, 2014
How often should I delete my internet search history? You strike me as a good person to ask. #AskThicke
— Toby Whithouse (@hanniganspiteri) July 1, 2014
On a scale of R. Kelly to Phil Spector, how do you intend to “Get Her Back?” #AskThicke
— Rachel McKibbens (@RachelMcKibbens) June 30, 2014
To Robin’s credit, he answered some of the less scathing questions as
contractually obligated promised. Nonetheless, this goes down as yet another strike in the column of everybody hates Thicke.
So what do you think, minions: did Robin Thicke get exactly what a misogynist cheater deserves? What would you #AskThicke (other than why on EARTH did you think this Twitter stunt was a good idea?)?