Singer Robin Thicke has hit back after at a British university banned his hit song "Blurred Lines."
On Saturday, officials at University College London's student union announced the track will not be played on campus or at student events, alleging its lyrics promote rape. However, Thicke has now spoken out to dismiss the suggestion.
He tells the BBC, the accusation the song promotes sex crimes is "ridiculous", adding, "I think the kids get it. I just have to deal with that. I wrote it about my wife. She's my good girl. And I know she wants it because we've been together 20 years."
I actually liked this song, until I REALLY listened to it.
I would continue to like it, if it wasn't for the verse talking about smacking her a$$, pulling her hair & tearing her a$$ in two.
What kind of a skank WANTS to be treated that way?
No wonder that it took me 45 years to find a good guy. (sigh)