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Sunday 29 May 2016

Robin Thicke: My wife is rude

Published 30/07/2013

Robin Thicke
Robin Thicke

Robin Thicke’s wife's naughty bedroom behaviour inspired him to pen Blurred Lines.

The singer-songwriter is enjoying international success with his song Blurred Lines, featuring T.I. and Pharrell.

Robin’s wife, American actress Paula Patton, inspired the hit track and he has alluded to their sexual escapades.

“Blurred Lines is very much about my wife. It's about how she’s a good girl, but she wants to be a bad girl. My wife is Mrs. Good Girl, but gradually over our marriage, I’ve turned her into a bad girl," Robin admitted to SiriusXM’s The Howard Stern Show.

"I mean naughty, sexually, yeah. I won't get into too many details out of respect to her but she likes it all. We’ve done just about everything.”

The star confessed he sometimes relies on illegal substances too much. Robin didn't reveal the extent of his drug use, but alluded to partaking regularly.

"Weed is my crutch," Robin admitted. "I should be careful about that answer."

The star is set to release his new album today. He doesn't expect his future music to ever top Blurred Lines, which has broken records worldwide.

“I'm not scared yet because I know that it can’t possibly have this effect. Even if it’s number one and sells a bunch of records, it can’t be the love story that this song has been where it’s crossed all formats and broke these records," he finished.

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