You know when you love something so much that you don't notice its flaws? Well, that was how I felt about Blu Cantrell's chart-topping jam "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops)."
From the moment the upbeat break-up anthem was first played on the radio back in 2001, I was hooked. Then came the music video, which just made me want to end things with my non-existent boyfriend and go shopping with his card.
Full disclosure: I was also only about ten years old, and barely understood why she was so mad at her ex. I just wanted to go shopping with my friends and drive around in a convertible.
Anyway, as the years went by, I still enjoyed listening to the song and watching the video occasionally, but I also became a lot more observant, and had a lot of questions about plenty of things in the video.
Turns out, I wasn't the only one who was looking for answers, especially when it came to the topic of Neiman & Marcus.
In the song, Cantrell sings, "So I went to Neiman & Marcus on a shopping spree," but there's something in the music video that indicates otherwise, and it has us fans very confused.