A Full History Of Robin Thicke's Recent Blunders
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In a new deposition the singer admits to drug use, lying . Did “Blurred Lines” actually ruin his life?
Has any pop star ever been as destroyed by their biggest hit as Robin Thicke?
Today, The Hollywood Reporter published Thicke's deposition from a lawsuit filed by Marvin Gaye's children, who claim that "Blurred Lines" is ripping off their father's song, "Got To Give It Up." It gives us a clearer picture of how messy Thicke's life has become.
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Pre-"Blurred Lines," Robin Thicke was an overall well-liked guy with a good voice.
Known best early on as actor Alan Thicke’s son, Robin possessed a surprisingly soulful voice. He married actress Paula Patton in 2005.
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His 2007 single "Lost Without You" hit No. 1 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop songs chart, and was voted "Sexiest Song of the Year" by People magazine.
But Thicke didn't really hit the big time until 2013's "Blurred Lines," which catapulted the mostly under-the-radar singer to superstardom.