Robin Thicke is moving on.
Over the past several months, some of Robin’s number one fans have been rooting for Thicke during his journey to win his estranged wife, Paula Patton back. But a source tells TMZ the time has come to just move on.
Earlier this week, news surfaced that Thicke listed his LA mansion that he and Patton once lived in. The insider tells the news outlet that neither parties have hired a divorce lawyer, but an attorney is already working on a financial settlement. And although Robin plans on throwing the begging and public apologies under the rug, he says he will not be the first one to file for divorce.
During a recent interview with New York radio station, Hot 97, the singer revealed that he has not seen Paula in four months. “We’re cool. She’s the best girl in the world, a great mother and still a good friend, but because we just weren’t ever together anymore and I still had so much I wanted to apologize for and things I wanted to take responsibility for, so that’s pretty much what the album’s about. But I also want to wish her well and let her know that she’s a great person and she deserves to have a good life.”
And while Robin is dealing with the heartbreak of losing his wife, he is also dealing with his music career which appears to be moving in a downward spiral. Thicke named his latest album after his high school sweetheart but sadly, the LP, which was created in hopes to win the actress back, was an epic failure. Paula sold a lousy 25,000 copies during its first week on store shelves. It’s an 86-percent decrease from his Blurred Lines album which pushed 177,000 copies in its first week.
And … only 530 people in the UK purchased the album.