Because he’s grumpy.
Video footage has emerged from Pharrell Williams deposition after he and Robin Thicke were found liable for infringing the copyright of Marvin Gaye’s ‘Got To Give It Up’ during the creation of their hit ‘Blurred Lines’.
The family of Marvin Gaye could receive upwards of $5M if a federal judge delivers their final verdict on the matter against Williams and Thicke.
In the following video obtained by the Hollywood Reporter the ‘Happy’ producer is grilled hard by the Gaye’s lawyer, Richard Busch, who exposes some potentially shocking truths about the music mogul during his ‘Blurred Lines’ deposition.
Wow, fair play to Pharrell for getting as far as he has in the industry without seemingly being able to sight read music.
“The truth of the matter is silk and rayon are two different things. They just feel the same.” Deep.
As the questioning continues Pharrell grows more and more uncooperative, repeating to Busch ‘I’m not here to teach you music.’
Pharrell is definitely not his usual cool self.
Is it just me or is ‘I’m not comfortable’ beginning to sound like a potential hit?
Hard to say, we’ll have to wait and see what the judge thinks.