Robin Thicke was it again last night.
The turned the 2014 BET Awards into his own version of relationship therapy, dedicating the track "Forever Love" to estranged wife Paula Patton and telling the crowd prior to performing:
"I’d like to dedicate this song to my wife, and say, 'I miss you, and I’m sorry.' This is called Forever Love."
Thicke has pulled this maneuver numerous times since splitting from Patton several months ago.
He tried to get Patton back at the Billboard Music Awards in May and openly pleaded with the actress during various concert stops during his spring tour.
He will also release an album on July 1 titled “Paula." It will include song titles such “You’re My Fantasy,” “Love Can Grow Back” and “Too Little Too Late.”
Really. We're not making this up.
Due to the way Thicke has used his personal life to promote his professional life, many are now wondering whether the separation from Patton is actually fake.
In February, the couple released a statement that read "we will always love each other and be best friends; however, we have mutually decided to separate."
Since then, Thicke has compiled an album's worth of material based on the break up and constantly referred to Patton on stage in promotion of his new songs.
Call us cynical, but anyone else think something fishy could be going on here?