I didn’t think this singer could go any lower. I was dead wrong – this is so much worse

The man who announced himself to the world with the consent-denying “Blurred Lines” has discovered a whole new level of creepy.

His song “Get Her Back” comes from the new album “Paula,” which is dedicated to his estranged wife Paula Patton. Fair enough.

But the video is abusive, featuring Patton’s private texts, a lookalike of her drowning, images of blood, skulls, and Thicke threatening his own suicide.

See for yourself (trigger warning):

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