The #Thicke hashtag isn’t the only thing Robin Thicke’s new music video flashes!
Robin Thicke, ya as in Alan Thicke’s son, just released his NSFW vid “Blurred Lines” featuring T.I. and Pharrell. It rocks topless models and hashtags. So… does this legitimize hashtags or is this the end of them? I’ll let you decide.
“You’re going to be so ashamed of me,” Thicke said jokingly to fans in a Google+ Hangout before adding that the video is “wonderful.”
“My whole point of the video was to be provocative and show a sense of humor and to not take nudity seriously as we do in America sometimes,” Thicke added. “A woman’s body is the most beautiful thing on the planet. The Greeks used to sculpt that stuff.”
Hashtags aren’t a typical music video appearance, especially as big or as frequently as #Thicke appears in “Blurred Lines.” Some people on Twitter are all up in arms about it and others are totally stoked. A version of “Blurred Lines” without topless models came out March 20. BTW… the song is catchy as all get out.
NSFW (AKA awesome) video:
SFW (no-booby) video: