Singer Robin Thicke’s #AskThicke hashtag hilariously backfires

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Robin Thicke performs songs from his new album PAULA at album release party at 1Oak LA on June 26, 2014 in West hollywood, California. PAULA will be released on July 1, 2014 on Star Trak/Interscope. (Photo by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Interscope)

Fresh off the heels of a newly released song dedicated to his estranged wife Paula Patton, singer Robin Thicke was taken to task on Twitter after an ill-advised hashtag.

Monday, VH1 tweeted, “Have a burning question for @robinthicke? Submit your ?s for tomorrow’s Twitter Q+A using #AskThicke!”

That suggestion didn’t end well for the R&B crooner, as fans and trolls alike had questions about Thicke’s rumored cheating and questionable song lyrics.

When the question and answer began, a remorseful Thicke did answer questions about Patton.

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