When asked if his "awakening" was related to the Me Too Movement, the star noted it was that track that spurred a shift for him. "I think 'Blurred Lines' opened me up," he acknowledged. "I didn't get it at first. Because there were older white women who, when that song came on, they would behave in some of the most surprising ways ever. And I would be like, wow. They would have me blushing. So when there started to be an issue with it, lyrically, I was, like, What are you talking about? There are women who really like the song and connect to the energy that just gets you up. And I know you want it—women sing those kinds of lyrics all the time. So it's like, What's rapey about that?"