What I don’t get is why is there no outrage at Robin Thicke? Miley was only behaving exactly how his song said she should behave. Look up the lyrics. It may have an incredibly catchy beat, but I don’t see how anyone who has any respect for women can like “Blurred Lines”.Don’t get me wrong, Miley still is responsible for the poor choice she made to do this. I just think it is sad that in her effort to show she is no longer a tool of the Disney corp she decided to become the tool of the sexist prick, Thicke, and the MTV VMA producers instead of doing something truely independant, original, and creative.
Ralph Dunagin and Dana Summers