When A Publicity Stunt Goes Terribly Wrong: The Funniest Tweets From #AskThicke
Controversial singer and performer of Blurred Lines, Robin Thicke, has been gracing headlines since July 2013. Since the singles release date, the song has been banned at approximately 20 universities across the UK, and has been criticised for normalising rape.
Earlier today he was subjected to a live Q&A via twitter, and what his PR managers thought would be smooth and successful day to mark the release of his new album , soon turned into an episode of hilarious mass-trolling.
Though some of the tweets are under the belt, we cant help but smirk, right? As follows are the funniest tweets from Robin Thicke’s live Q&A.
Who are you? #AskThicke I genuinely don’t know.
— Jillywig (@jiltid) July 1, 2014
#AskThicke When you’re not busy objectifying women, making light of rape and justifying sexual violence, how do you like to relax?
— Josephine Liptrott (@JoLiptrott) July 1, 2014
Robin Thicke: “I want to do an #AskThicke thing on twitter. Good idea? PR Advisers: “NO!” Thicke: “We all know what that word really means.”
— Chris Finch (@NorthernMunky) July 1, 2014
Though Thicke probably had this amount of witty-hate coming, but why has everyone forgotten Pharrell was also happily dancing along with Robin?