Cher has claimed that her record label bosses don't care about her latest release and said she had nothing to do with the video for its most recent single.
The singer released Closer To The Truth on Warner Bros in September, a label she has been with since 1996, but despite it reaching number three on the Billboard chart she said there hadn't been much support from record company chiefs.
Cher tweeted: "Just read mean TILAM (Take It Like A Man) review. The video had nothing 2 do with me. I was told it would only be shown in gay bars.
"It's true WB's hasn't got a Great Deal of Interest In My CD. Not ALL,THERE R HARD WORKING ADORABLE PPL.,But Decision Makers Don't Seem 2CareThat Much.
"It's Ok YHSTLOM," she finished, referring to her song You Haven't Seen The Last Of Me.
Closer To The Truth is Cher's highest-charting solo album and its single Woman's World reached number one in the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, while Take It Like A Man went to number two.
She is about to start her Dressed To Kill tour in March, her first since her Farewell Tour which ran from 2002 to 2005.