The Weekly Dissect
Entry 3 - “Robin Thicke, Robin Gaye, and The Devil”
by Drew Dammron
It had been decided by a Jury that Robin Thicke’s song, “Blurred Lines,” was indeed plagiarized from Marvin Gaye’s hit single “Got To Give It Up.” What the mainstream media does not report though is that Robin Thicke gave it up a long time ago, and by it, we mean his soul. Trashy pop songs like “Blurred Lines” are often cited as a sign of the impending apocalypse due to overtly-sexualized lyrics and banal melodies, but many do not realize just how literal the connection to the end of days actually is. READ MORE
When Marvin Gaye recorded “Got To Give It Up,” in 1976, he was in actuality making a pact with Satan himself. As the second horseman of the apocalypse, it was Gaye’s destiny to record such a key to the gates of Hades. If one were to listen to the track backwards at a certain speed, Satan would be released from the pits of hell and the Christian rapture would suddenly commence, leaving only the unsaved to perish on earth. Please do not attempt this at home.
Years later in 2013, Robin Thicke, who became increasingly jealous of Gaye’s ability to bring upon such wrath to humanity, decided to record his own rendition of the unholy tune. “I took whatever the devil offered me,” were lyrics contained in Thicke’s earlier 2008 song “Magic,” but few had realized that the devil had given him much inspiration.
After the release of “Blurred Lines,” Gaye’s family, who are well-aware of their late father’s demonic connection, realized that there had been a shift in the balance of the cosmos. It had not been prophesized that Robin Thicke was to be one of horsemen of the apocalypse, so they knew that order had to be restored. Hence the lawsuit and the media circus that revolved around it. It is not enough for Thicke to pay 7.3 million dollars to the Gaye family, as the matter certainly is not about money, but it is a temporary band aide.
What does The Weekly Dissect recommend? Destroy your Marvin Gaye records and delete your Robin Thicke tracks. This is the only way to prolong the coming of the end of the world. Free will is still a factor in play. Together we can stop the forces of Satan, or at least slow him down.