Too Little Too Late: Robin Thicke Cancelled Two Concerts, Flew To Canada To Try To Save His Swirly Matrimony-dom With Molly Poppin’ Wife [Video]

- By Bossip Staff Categories: CELEBRITY, Dirty Dog Diaries, Divorces

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The OG Rob said it best, “When a woman’s fed up…” there’s nothing you can do about it Robbie. He might love the ladies all around the world but Robin Thicke tried his darndest to let wife Paula Patton know she’s his number one girl.

According to TMZ reports:

Robin Thicke threw a Hail Mary last Friday to try to save his marriage … canceling his Atlanta concert and flying to Canada to plead with his wife … TMZ has learned.

Sources connected with the couple tell us … Paula Patton told Robin Friday she wanted to end the marriage. Robin then abruptly cancelled his show, saying he had throat problems. But the cancellation was solely so he could sit with his wife and try to change her mind.

We’re told Paula — who is shooting a movie in Vancouver — and Robin had a long, face-to-face talk … both acknowledging they had not been getting along and frequently arguing.

Our sources say in the end Robin realized Paula was determined to end the marriage and reluctantly agreed, but was very upset. We’re told she was also upset.

The next day Robin cancelled his Orlando concert so he could be with their child.

We’re glad they are still keeping things civil for Fuego. Who knows though, this couple has been through a lot of drugs together. Maybe they can work it out?

WENN

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