Thicke and Patton met at the age of fourteen and got married in 2005. They have one child, a son they named Julian Fuego, who was born in 2010.
Their relationship has been plagued by public accusations of infidelity, and a photo that surfaced of Thicke with another woman did not help matters at all.
A Boston University student group is the latest to confront Thick over his popular hit, “Blurred Lines.”
“Thicke’s hit song, ‘Blurred Lines,’ celebrates having sex with women against their will,” the group’s petition says, according to Boston Magazine. “Lyrics such as, ‘I know you want it,’ explicitly use non-consensual language. And while watching the extremely explicit video, the insinuations grow from subtle to explicit to obnoxious,” states members of Humanists of Boston University.
Thick is slated to perform on March 4 at the school’s Agganis Arena.