Things have been on a downward spiral for Robin Thicke this year.
After announcing that he and wife Paula Patton have decided to separate, Thicke has been a media target. This time, the Blurred Lines singer was targeted by protestors before his concert at Boston University in Massachusetts.
They stood outside of the BU box office and rallied against Thicke, holding up signs that showed their disapproval of his infamous “Blurred Lines” lyrics.
Some of the signs read, “There are no ‘Blurred Lines’ in consent,” “I know you want it – my rapist,” and “I’m not your good girl.”
We hope things start looking up for Robin, who professed his love for his wife and how he’s working on getting her back. At his concert on February 27th, Thicke told the audience:
“For y’all that don’t know, me and my wife separated but I’m trying to get my girl back. She’s a good woman.”
SOURCE: Celebrity Gossip | PHOTO CREDIT: Splash