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There are a few phrases we’ve lobbed at Paula Patton’s way. You know, inspiration for Andre 3000’s “Prototype”, “how did Robin Thicke pull THAT?”, “[insert male Day & A Dream staffer’s name] future ex-wife”. You know, the usual. So while she’s supposed to be making the rounds discussing her upcoming romantic comedy film ‘Baggage Claim’, she’s been basically defending her husband Robin Thicke for his participation in Miley Cyrus’ wholesale jack of twerking, her refusal to shoutout the twerk team and how Patton just doesn’t really seem to see the big deal about it.

While everybody on The Today Show set seemed enamored by her radiant beauty, leave it to Al Roker to use his duty as a weatherman to ask Paula to show him how she backs that thang up and puts it down in the bedroom, sort of. Patton of course obliged and an angel got their wings.

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Although I’m not too certain what happened with Al once the cameras stopped rolling. I don’t think he managed to keep his “print” invisible after that vessel of God and happiness gave him such a gift.

4 Responses

  1. Loudmouthheffa

    I’m pretty sure that Robin Thicke on his worst day is still a trillion times better than your entire staff put together. No reason to throw shade at the man just because he was not born supremely average like the majority of black men. The truth is, if any of you were worth having, a woman would want you, then you wouldn’t have the time to thirst for a woman who would never sink as low as wanting any of you. The devil and God working in conjunction couldn’t make her self esteem low enough to ever downgrade that far #IJS

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    • Brandon Caldwell

      “No need to throw shade…”

      It’s a joke.

      “Born supremely average like the majority of black men..”

      Check one (racism) on your troll card.

      “Wouldn’t have the time to thirst for a woman…”

      Married men “thirst”, married women “thirst”. Your point being what exactly? Troll on Miss Heffa, troll on.

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