The Paula Patton quip debate continues for Robin Thicke.
After dedicating his umpteenth opening to disloyal mother Paula Patton at a BET Awards on Sunday, a “Blurred Lines” singer, 37, did a turn of New York City press stops to foster his latest manuscript “Paula,” while also compelling his newest strain video for a strain “Still Madly Crazy.”
The video facilities a organisation of children lip-synching to a soulful singer’s lovelorn ballad, that includes lyrics like “watch me crawl/watch me beg.”
It competence be deliberate pathetic, but, as Thicke told Lara Spencer on “Good Morning America” Wednesday, “When we remove a adore of your life, we don’t have most to censor anymore.”
“I indeed have no suspicion what I’m doing,” a Grammy-nominated thespian explained about his unashamed low-pitched try to get his thespian mother back.
“I’m indeed drifting by a chair of my pants on this one. we only wanted to make something artistic out of a really formidable period.”
Patton, 38, and Thicke announced their separate in February, after apparent intrigue scandals involving a thespian valid too most for a “Mission Impossible” actress. She walked divided from their eight-year matrimony and even longer attribute — they were high propagandize sweethearts.
“We were childhood sweethearts and she’s a best chairman we ever met,” Thicke pronounced on “GMA.” ”I suspicion a slightest we could do was to persevere an manuscript to her. … we wish she likes it.”
The “Blurred Lines” thespian also certified during an interview with Hot 97 Monday that he hadn’t seen his mother “for 4 months,” though declined to pronounce for her or criticism on how she felt about all of his songs.
That’s “private,” he said, nonetheless environment his agonise to strain and behaving a songs everywhere apparently isn’t.