There have been rumors since the most talked about performance in history at the VMAs in September that Robin Thickes’ marriage to Paula Patton was on the rocks. They have finally split, and now Robin Thicke is trying to un-blur those lines. His split is really a lesson to men in relationships everywhere.
While tabloids are blaming Miley Cyrus and her foam finger for splitting up the marriage, Robin was seen partying and swooning with numerous women post VMAs. Men can learn from his mistakes and listed are a few of the lessons to be learned.
Accept responsibility for your actions
Yes, Miley Cyrus was a hot, comical mess at the VMAs, but the man twerking behind her rescinded all involvement in the whole act, and even condemned it when he realized no one liked it. You were at rehearsals for your big performance Robin, so really there’s no excuse.
Don’t sing about heinous acts and pretend you’re a romantic.
Blurred Lines was one of the top songs of 2013, but how many people realize it’s about rape? Yes, Robin Thicke is encouraging the fine line between romance and rape. Why aren’t more women swooning after him?
Stay out of Canada
Stay out of Canada
Robin Thicke is Canadian. Two words: Justin Bieber. Clearly there's few men in the music industry who can sport maple leaf pride without getting into lots and lots of trouble.
Wrap it up
Don’t wrap women in clear plastic
Don’t wrap women in anything for that matter. When you’re a man who is praised for treating women as objects (see the Blurred Lines music video), it’s going to be hard to stay in a committed relationship, period.
Started from the bottom
Remember why you are where you are
For Robin Thicke, he came to fame basically because of Pharrell Williams and Miley Cyrus , who are now being blamed for his split from Paula. Once he started to take all the credit for his sudden burst of fame to himself, he began to plunge in a downward spiral.