September 17th, 2014 12:01 EST
Robin Thicke Admits He Didn't Write 'Blurred Lines'! Fraud a Disgrace to Music Industry!
"Robin Thicke has proven he is not even a one-hit wonder after admitting he did not actually write controversial single `Blurred Lines`.
Instead, Williams said in a statement that he had composed the melody and written the lyrics for `Blurred Lines`, while Thicke had embellished the song.
The previously unreleased statements were filed at the Los Angeles federal court yesterday in connection with a lawsuit brought by the estate of Marvin Gaye against Thicke and Williams, which claims that the pair stole from Gaye`s 1977 song `Got to Give it Up`."
Miley Cyrus has been condemned for appropriating black culture, but the execrable Robin Thicke is guilty of stealing a song from soul legend Marvin Gaye.
In a statement filed at the Los Angeles federal court in connection with a lawsuit brought by the estate of Marvin Gaye against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams, which claims that the pair basically stole Gaye`s 199 song " Got to Give it Up" the sham artist said the following:
"I was high on Vicodin and alcohol when I showed up at the studio. So my recollection is when we made the song, I thought I wanted to be more involved than I actually was by the time, nine months later, it became a huge hit and I wanted credit."
In other words Thicke was too high on drugs and booze to utter a coherent sentence, let alone write a pop song.
It was Pharrell Williams who wrote the lyrics to "Blurred Lines", and the melody was stolen from the Marvin Gaye song.
Why anyone would want to take credit for the most misogynist song in pop history is beyond me. The only way I can tolerate listening to " Blurred Lines" is to be high on drugs and alcohol.
The only way Thicke can make amends for the sins of stealing from a soul icon, and singing misogynistic lyrics is by committing suicide.
Thicke won`t do the right thing and kill himself, let`s hope that at least he will retire from show business.
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