Tameka Raymond calls Usher’s sympathy ‘bogus’

Tameka Raymond, ex-wife of R&B star Usher, doesn’t want to hear any more for him. Following the recent death of her son, Kile, Tameka has come out to say how fake Usher’s sympathy has been and how selfish his motives were. According to TMZ, Usher only visited Kile in the hospital once, refused to send out a “Please pray for Kile” tweet — opting instead to post a picture of his breakfast with the text “Breakfast of Champions” — and didn’t even attend his funeral. In relation to an upcoming child custody hearing, Usher asked for a delay, citing “unnecessary stress and strain” for himself, Tameka and their two other children as his reason. Usher has also suggested that Tameka has an unfair advantage, because according to him, no one will take custody from a woman who has just lost a son. Tameka believes that his gestures are “a transparent sham” and simply an attempt to gain sympathy from the media and his fans. She has asked the judge to deny his request, calling his “stress and strain” completely “bogus.” Ultimately, she believes that resolving the custody battle is the best way for her to heal and move forward. ~Morgan Bates

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  1. Racquel Garnette • August 5, 2012 @ 6:46 PM

    Well what i wanted to say is that Tameka Foster is standing up for herself and her kids. Usher just did her very bad. He should of took the time to attend at her son funeral in his free time.

    Tameka Foster you are doing the right thing of seeking custody for your kids and asking the judge to deny his request. I think Usher raymond just wanted to go around and get woman pregnant and dumping them.
    Tameka you should have the custody of your kids because you are a good mother who deserves better then this!!!!. Hold your head up high Tameka and be strong for yourself and your kids.

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