Robin Thicke To NYT: "I Know I Have A Target On My Back"
In a New York Times interview, Robin Thicke defends his innocence mere months after his copyright-infringement lawsuit.By Karen Rodriguez | July 3, 2015
Robin Thicke has spoken out for the first time since his copyright infringement lawsuit against the megahit song "Blurred Lines" ended in March.
Wednesday, the singer told the New York Times he "didn’t give [his] all to the trial" because "it simply wasn't as important to [him] as what was going on in [his] personal life."
Of course, Thicke is referring to his very public divorce from Paula Patton.