Cynthia Fuchs of PopMatters.com profiled Tweet and mostly concentrated on her breakout hit ‘Oops (Oh My)’, which she agreed with the singer isn’t necessarily sexual. Fuchs said, “The video doesn’t hold you responsible for his inabilities to cope but instead lets you ride on past him. That is to say, your personal framework counts too. It counts more than most artists’ intentions, as anyone who’s ever read against the grain of a text can attest.” Read more.
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