Not only is Thicke continuing to publicly shame his ex for dumping him (which she has every right to do), he's also suggesting several weird-abusive-stalkerish things:
- "I keep trying to warn you you were pushing me to far" is the opening quote of the video. That plus Thicke pointing his fingers towards his head like a gun suggests blaming his ex for his suicide. Which is ridiculous. Any decisions YOU make about YOUrself and YOUr body...are on you, Mr. Thicke*. Not her.
- Secondly, the woman in the video (there to represent his ex?) starts drowning about halfway through with her face flashing against Day of the DEAD make-up. Not creepy at all.
- And finally, because Thicke couldn't stop with a song (or an entire album), he ends the song saying "This is just the beginning." Meaning he will not stop until he gets her back, and whether or not they are both dead or alive, is of no consequence to him.
National Teen Dating Violence Hotline: 1-866-331-9474
National Suicide Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK