Robin Thicke Weird Stunt To Pay Marvin Gaye Family

Pharrell Williams has new Hollyweird money, but Robin Thicke has WEIRD blood.  The Tinseltown rich kid could care less about paying Marvin Gay’s family.  Robin has never had to want, or work, for anything.  Everything was fine until Blurred Lines phenomenal success made him divorce.  You won’t catch Paula Patton holding up the grocery line with WIC Cards.

Robin Thicke won’t have a problem paying his portion of the $7.4 million to Marvin Gaye’s heirs.  They won because “Blurred Lines,” plagiarized Gaye’s 1977 song “Got to Give It Up.”  So what do you do when you have to cough up an unexpected 4 milli?  Just sell ONE OF your multi-million dollar estates!  It’s nothing to a Weird Baby.


Singer-songwriter Robin Thicke has sold a house in Hollywood Hills for $4.9 million, the Multiple Listing Service shows. The property had come on the market last summer at $2.985 million.

Located in the celebrity-popular Bird Streets area, the two-story home features living and family rooms, a dining area, a sound studio, three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in 3,158 square feet of interior space. A skylight tops the kitchen, which includes a brick oven.

High wood ceilings, paver floors and arched windows are among architectural details.

Robin Thicke flipped the house like Bruce’s transformation did Kris Jenner.  It was easy since it was his inheritance. Built in 1965, the house was purchased by his father, Alan Thicke, in 1990 for $910,000.