Pharrell Williams defends Blurred Lines | Channel 4 News

Pharrell Williams is one of the most influential pop musicians of the past 10 years. He tells Krishnan Guru-Murthy what he meant in Blurred Lines and discusses the “new black”.

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33 thoughts on “Pharrell Williams defends Blurred Lines | Channel 4 News

  1. I'm sorry but as much as I hate this interviewer you people are idiots. If a woman had a video with a bunch of 20 year old men with their penises hanging out and she was singing "I know you want it" come ON…even a child would know its sexual. Pharell pretending that its anything other than dudes sexual fantasies of near jail bait age women is insulting to everyone's intelligence.

    I have a 16 year old daughter and cant even listen to his song "Happy " because I cant forget that behind this nice "perky" song is the same pedo scumbag who participated in this gross video.

  2. Pharrell is beating around the bush by changing the subject and asking questions. Seriously, people don't care about what the interviewer thinks. People care about what are the true meanings and Pharrell's theory on the lyrics.

  3. Krishnan Guru-Murthy is a celeb-baiting sleazebucket tool of a sensationalist yellow journalism network who would shame the most ambitious used car salesman. I felt like I needed a shower after watching this video, and it's because of this oily troll of an interviewer.

  4. in a certain way pharrell showed krishnan the error in his ways… still, he keeps his biased style of interviewing, only he knows why and only the people who follows him know why they support his half-assed attempts at being controversial

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