VH1's #AskThicke Twitter hashtag results in fans bashing Robin Thicke

By Madeline Smith,

VH1 started #AskThicke for fans to ask Robin Thicke questions but the hashtag seems to have backfired.

Thicke has been getting negative press since the release of last year's “Blurred Lines,” with fans saying it sounded like it advocated date rape, as The Huffington Post reported at the time. Then, Thicke’s wife, Paula Patton, left him and he began desperately trying to get her back, which an op/ed at TheCelebrityCafe.com dubs a publicity stunt.

With all the negative tweets with #AskThicke, fans are wondering why Thicke thought the hashtag would be a good idea in the first place, especially due to his already negative image. The hashtag went live just hours after his emotional BET Awards performance, in which he again sent a message to his estranged wife, performing "Forever Love."

Some of the tweets with #AskThicke were simply tweeters being clever.

And some tweeters expressed their harsh distaste for Thicke all together.

Thicke has yet to respond to any of the #AskThicke tweets. His Twitter timeline for now is only messages promoting his new album Paula, which is available on iTunes.



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