Robin Thicke Wants His Music Back From Alan Thicke

Posted: May 15 2015, 11:11am CDT | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News


Robin Thicke Wants his Music Back from Alan Thicke
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Robin Thicke wants all of his music back from dad Alan Thicke who gets Freaky Intimate listening to it!

Even celebrities are not immune to embarrassment from their parents as Robin Thicke recently proves the point. No one should have to know when and how their parents get intimate but a scenario seems even ore cringe worthy when you’re parents do it a song sung by you, so we feel for you Robin Thicke. The Blurred Lines singer was just as stunned as the rest of us when his father Alan Thicke revealed some very weired facts about his personal life.

Alan Thicke the actor who previously starred in the famous show ‘Growing Pains’ gave an interview to the magazine US Weekly. In the interview Alan dropped some pretty embarrassing bombs for his son Robin. While sitting in the US weekly office in New York City Alan Thicke shared some very strange intimate details about his life.

According to Alan he and his wife Tanya Callau the step-mother of Robin Thicke listen to their son’s music when trying to get it on. The 68 year old Alan explicitly revealed when he and his wife do get ‘Freaky’ they listen to their son Robin Thicke’s song ‘Sex Therapy’ and even called it a great song to get into the mood… If you know what he means!

Robin Thicke was apparently not privy to the weird fact and was so shocked he took to twitter to show his displeasure. Robin told his dad Alan he heard what Alan said on the interview with US Weekly and Robin promptly wants all of his music back immediately. It seems Robin had the perfect solution and if he has all of his music back his dad wont be able to listen to it while getting his Freak On. 

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