Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines' Made Over $16 Million Dollars In Profits

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Many super wealthy pop stars like to complain about how they don't make any money from their music these days due to streaming and illegal downloading, but that isn't always the case.

According to newly-leaked information from the Blurred Lines plagiarism trial, it's been revealed that the Robin Thicke single --which was the biggest hit of 2013-- made a staggering $16,675,690 in profits.

Thicke reportedly pocketed $5,658,214, producer Pharrell Williams made $5,153,457, and guest feature T.I. received a tidy $704,774. The remaining $5 million or so went to the record company.

Too bad these damn fools are going to spend all that dough paying for lawyers to fight Marvin Gaye's family in court.