Deposition Hall Of Fame: 5 Other Celebrity Testimonies That Will Go Down In History
Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” depositions hit the Web this weekend, and an apparent lack of f**ks was present in each of their respective hearings. Taking on Marvin Gaye’s family who claims the two artists ripped off his classic “Got To Give It Up,” Williams and Thicke were over it – to say the very least. As Williams refused to answer inquiries about time signatures and other music technicalities, Thicke openly admitted to being drunk and high during every interview he did in 2013. But they are not alone.
Celebrity depositions have been filled with hilarity, realness, and zero f**ks since before the 1990’s and as recent as last year. For reasons that can’t be explained, when famous people are questioned by attorneys, they always seem to say something worth repeating. For proof of this, see depositions from Michael Jackson, Tupac, Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, and of course, Kanye West.
Welcome to the deposition hall of fame.