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Pharrell Williams Says 'Blurred Lines' Isn't Sexist Ahead Of BRIT Awards 2014 Appearance

19/02/2014 09:51

Pharrell Williams has reopened the debate on his and Robin Thicke's 'misogynistic' song and subsequent music video, 'Blurred Lines', ahead of his Brit Awards 2014 appearance on Wednesday.

The singer told Time Out that the bare breasts in the video didn't make it sexiest.

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Pharrell surrounded by almost naked models in the Blurred Lines video

The 40-year-old 'Happy' star went on to defend the lyrics in the controversial song, which have been accused of being 'rapey' and includes lines like: "You the hottest bitch in this place" and "I'll give you something big enough to tear your ass in two". Not to mention the repetitive use of "I know you want it" in the chorus.

Really, Pharrell? Nothing else to talk about? We're not sure everyone would agree.

Blurred Lines Feminist Parody

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