Robin Thicke: People will remember me for my songs, not for the twerking act

Robin Thicke: People will remember me for my songs, not for the twerking act
Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke perform "Blurred Lines" during the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards.

Two weeks have passed since US pop star Miley Cyrus twerked against Robin Thicke's crotch at this year's MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs).

The buzz about them is still very much alive.

Indeed, their steamy duet of his chart-topping song Blurred Lines at the event last month is one of the most controversial performances in the awards show's history.

But it did not end there for Thicke.

More jaws dropped when a photo of the 36-yearold groping the butt of 20-year-old blonde socialite Lana Scolaro at the VMAs after-party were circulated on the Internet.

Amid the gossip, the American-Canadian singer remained poised and largely unaffected.

And he is not sorry for his actions.

"What was controversial about it?" Thicke joked on Sunday at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur, when The New Paper asked for his comment about the VMAs stunt.

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