Marvin Gaye III: ‘[Robin Thicke] is Not the Cause of my Kidney Problem’

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    Despite reports, Marvin Gaye III, the son of the late R&B legend Marvin Gaye, does not blame singer Robin Thicke for his ailing health but that’s all the beans he is willing to spill on the “Blurred Lines” drama.

    Gaye joined the Tom Joyner Morning Show to discuss his failing health and his family’s lawsuit against Robin Thicke but he declined to answer any questions about it, he explained to Joyner, “I’m sorry I can’t discuss that with you at this particular point.”

    The radio legend attempted again, asking Gaye about Stevie Wonder‘s perspective on the Gaye lawsuit, again he responded, “I can’t discuss anything to do with Robin Thicke right now.”

    However, when asked about the rumor that he blames Thicke for his health, Gaye denied the story, “No, [Robin Thicke] is not the cause of my kidney problem…I’ve had Diabetes for over twenty years.”

    The reported 35-year-old has been receiving dialysis for renal failure for the past three years and is in need of a kidney transplant.

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    One thought on “Marvin Gaye III: ‘[Robin Thicke] is Not the Cause of my Kidney Problem’

    1. With all the information Marvin Gaye 3rd put out there about the need for African American and Hispanic donors, the only question you can ask is if we think Robin Thicke owes the Gaye family anything. That case is in court. Let it be settled there. Why not focus more on getting information not opinions to the community.

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