How the Internet Trolled Robin Thicke in the Most Epic Way
Robin Thicke's Twitter Q&A Flooded With Questions About Rape and Misogyny
When VH1 sent out a tweet to gather questions from fans, users responded by flooding the Twitterverse with hilarious-but-poignant queries about Thicke's "Blurred Lines" perpetuating rape culture, whether or not he's using his latest album to publicly guilt Paula Patton into taking him back, and his general sleazy image.
All in all, the #AskThicke hashtag is now one of the most epic things to have happened since that time the internet shipped Pitbull off to Alaska in an attempt to exile him.
Here are just some of the best entries. Come on, don't act like you don't want to see Thicke attempt to answer some of these.
#AskThicke Do you think people hate you more for the misogyny or the awful music? Which would you rather it was?
— Lazarus (@DJLazarus) July 1, 2014
How many times have you ignored and badgered women who said no? #AskThicke
— Amadi (@amaditalks) June 30, 2014
#AskThicke why do you see rape culture as "grown men having fun" as you have said previously in interviews?
— Hannah Cottom (@Lunchbox_Sweets) July 1, 2014
What form of sexual or emotional abuse will you be normalising in your next jaunty hit? #AskThicke
— Scriblit (@Scriblit) June 30, 2014
have you any familiarity with emotional manipulation as a tool of intimate partner violence? @robinthicke #AskThicke
— angela sotrill (@dopegirlfresh) June 30, 2014
#AskThicke Does the title of 'heinous misogynist' bother you? I mean, I know you want it
— Sigourney Beaver (@OreoSpeedwagon_) July 1, 2014
How's your own personal feminist movement based on trivializing consent & promoting rape apology going these days? @robinthicke #AskThicke
— Shelby Knox (@ShelbyKnox) June 30, 2014
How long are you going to keep singing creepy songs about ignoring a person's consent? #AskThicke
— JP Fairfield™ (@isitis) June 30, 2014
#askthicke is misogyny a learnt trait or baby is it in your nature
— eve (@eviemacready) July 1, 2014
#AskThicke Do you have any plans for songs or music videos that don’t promote rape or stalking?
— OBJECT (@ObjectUpdate) July 1, 2014
#AskThicke Did you really write a rape anthem as a love song for your wife and are you still wondering why she left you?
— Maria (@MariaJPrice) July 1, 2014
And the question that's on everyone's mind now...
#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
#AskThicke Just how much do you regret the whole #AskThicke thing ?
— Reverend&TheMakers (@Reverend_Makers) July 1, 2014