1. VH1 tweeted Monday night to submit questions with #AskThicke for an online Q&A session that would be held the following day with Robin Thicke. The hashtag was immediately flooded with queries about misogyny.
.@robinthicke is here ready to answer your questions! #AskThicke
— VH1 (@VH1)
2. On Tuesday, people continued to engage the hashtag in much the same way:
The world my kids will grow up in is less safe because of Blurred Lines. How can you fix that @robinthicke @Pharrell? Delete it? #AskThicke
— Tooting Baby (@Tootingbaby)
#AskThicke Once you've cracked 'hug me', any thoughts on what rhymes with 'misogynistic douchebag'?
— James Martin (@Pundamentalism)
#AskThicke don't you think this is an ironic hashtag considering you're not one for asking?
— Thomas Simpson (@Simmy41)
5. During the Q&A session on Tuesday, Thicke answered about 10 questions:
Yes because our child comes first RT @MissayMelissa11 Do you still talk to Paula? #AskThicke
— VH1 (@VH1)
6. Most questions and answers were pretty silly:
8. There was even this:
9. But a few questions were answered that were more serious:
12. Although, Thicke’s response was basically “listen to the album” to find the answer:
14. VH1 and Thicke both laughed at the “controversy.”
15. Thicke also said he could “handle it” and called himself “a big boy.”