This may be the last time Paula Patton willingly listened to Robin Thicke. Credit: Getty Images
I know I'm not the only one who thinks "Get Her Back" is kind of gross. I appreciate that Robin Thicke misses his ex-wife Paula Patton, but dude. Making a video of a Paula lookalike drowning in a skull mask before flashing the words "This is just the beginning" is unlikely to get you anything but a restraining order.
Luckily, there's one person who hasn't experienced the full weight of Robin Thicke's creepy take on romance: Paula Patton herself, who hasn't listened to the album. "I don't think she wants to hear it right now," Robin told Hot 97. "I can't speak for her, but I think space is an important part of any healing process."
Kudos to Paula. I imagine there's not much that would hurt Robin Thicke more than refusing to listen to him croon about you.
Paula is making sure that their healing process is spacious indeed - in addition to refusing to listen to his music, she and Robin haven't seen each other in four months. That must take some work, since they share a four-year-old son. Maybe they pass him back and forth wearing blindfolds. And, for Paula, earplugs, in case of any crooning sneak attacks.