Robin Thicke Admits Drug Use and Lying about Co-Writing Hit Song ‘Blurred Lines’ [VIDEO]

It has come to the public’s attention that R&B singer-songwriter Robin Thicke has admitted to both a drug problem and to lying about writing hit single “Blurred Lines.” Thicke admitted in court on Monday that he was too high on Vicodin and alcohol to co-write the hit song with Pharrell Williams.

Thicke is currently in court because of a legal dispute with Marvin Gaye’s children, who filed a lawsuit against Thicke, Pharell and T.I. for copying their father’s 1977 hit “Got to Give It Up.” According to NBC News, Thicke said in the deposition released in Los Angeles federal court Monday:

After making six albums that I wrote and produced myself, the biggest hit of my career was written and produced by somebody else and I was jealous and I wanted some of that credit.

“Blurred Lines” (seen above) hit number one on the charts in 14 countries including the US, becoming Thicke’s highest peaking song in his recording history.

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