It's safe to say Robin Thicke's Twitter Q&A did not go as planned.
On Monday afternoon, VH1 tweeted a message to fans of the "Blurred Lines" singer, writing, "Have a burning question for @robinthicke? Submit your ?s for tomorrow's Twitter Q+A using #AskThicke!" Unfortunately for Thicke, the Q&A was swiftly hijacked by Internet trolls and users with not-so-nice things to say about Thicke, his music and his latest efforts to get estranged wife Paula Patton back.
In fact, the Q&A backfired so badly that the hashtag "#AskThicke" has even been trending on Twitter all morning with lots of mean—yet funny—troll comments.
So how nasty are things getting? Read some of the hilarious hijacked "#AskThicke" tweets for yourself!
#AskThicke It might seem like some of the questions on this hashtag are cruel and abusive but Robin, I know you want it? Kitty (@KittyKnits) July 1, 2014
On a scale of R. Kelly to Phil Spector, how do you intend to "Get Her Back?" #AskThicke? Rachel McKibbens (@RachelMcKibbens) June 30, 2014
Why do you think rubbing on a young, naked woman in the "Get Her Back" video was smart? Do you think that helps your case? #AskThicke? Nichole (@tnwhiskeywoman) July 1, 2014
The #askthicke hashtag is just the gift that keeps on giving. Unlike his music.? Caroline Hirons (@CarolineHirons) July 1, 2014
#AskThicke If you sang in a forest and nobody was there to hear it would you still sound like a creepy, rapey, pound-shop Justin Timberlake?? Stay Lucky Clothing (@StayLuckyCo) July 1, 2014
If you HAD to choose, would you rather be remembered for a rape anthem, the public stalking of Paula or cultural appropriation?#AskThicke? Rachel McKibbens (@RachelMcKibbens) June 30, 2014