Pop superstar Cher has lashed out at her record label bosses, insisting they do not have a "great deal of interest" in her latest album and "don't seem to care that much" about her success. The Believe hitmaker released her 25th studio album, Closer to the Truth, last September (13), and although it entered the U.S. Billboard charts at number three, making it her highest charting solo album ever, Cher still has issues about the lack of effort label executives have made to keep the album towards the top of the countdown. Taking to Twitter.com on Thursday (06Feb14), Cher placed blame on record company bosses after she read a "mean" review for the music video for her latest single, Take It Like a Man. She wrote, "The video had nothing 2 do with me. I was told it would only be shown in gay bars. It’s true WB's (Warner Brothers) hasn’t got a Great Deal of Interest In My CD." But she was quick to add that there are still Warner Brothers employees on her side, adding, "Not ALL,THERE R HARD WORKING ADORABLE PPL (people), But Decision Makers Don’t Seem 2 Care That Much. It’s Ok YHSTLOM (You haven't seen the last of me). Cher has been with Warner Brothers since 1996.