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Around 1999 with Sugah going nowhere, no album to show, and many broken promises, Tweet returned to her parents' home in Panama City penniless and depressed.After Tweet fell into a deeper depression after a string of bad relationships and a number of jobs she had suicidal thoughts, but she received a phone call from Elliott, calling to ask if Tweet would contribute background vocals on her then-latest album Miss E... Tweet felt she could tell Elliott about her situation and what she was going through.and grew up singing in the church alongside her parents and her four older siblings (three brothers, Tom, Cedric and Lonnie, and one sister, Sundra).Among them, the five children mastered instruments such as the piano, guitar, bass guitar, drums, and many more.In 1990, at the age of 18, Tweet gave birth to her daughter, Tashawna. In the early nineties, Tweet joined the female trio Sugah, leaving her daughter with her parents in Panama City, Florida, while Tweet relocated to many places.Sugah was composed of Tweet, Susan Weems, and Rolita White, and was a part of Devante Swing's Swing Mob collective.While there, she met Timbaland, Magoo, Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott (who at the time was a part of Sista), Playa, Ginuwine, and Renee Anderson who were also all a part of the Swing Mob collective.
"And, I pulled an Orrick [Quick] move and asked for a picture."And then all that dating will be out the way and I'll just know it's for sure.But that's in my perfect world, you know."Until that day comes, the songstress who rose to fame with her popular song called "Oops" about sexual escapades in 2002, is working on a gospel music album."I'm doing gospel. But my message will be different than it was before and I think people right now are hurting.“And, I pulled an Orrick move and asked for a picture.” Tweet said it’s been difficult dating Brant because of all of the rumors and constant flow of women who claim they are his girlfriend.Ok, Tweet, guard your heart, because Bryant doesn’t have a great reputation of being a one-woman-man.