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Usher’s Grief Over Death of Stepson is ‘Bogus’, Ex-Wife Claims



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Usher’s ex-wife and mother of his dead stepson –Tameka Raymond — is accusing the rapper for only “pretending” to be grief-stricken over the death of Kile Glover. She claims that Usher blew off his funeral and is coming off like he cared about her son to gain public sympathy from the media and fans.

During the tragedy in which Usher’s stepson was on life support after his inner tube was hit by a jet ski at a Georgia lake in early June, the singer was said by sources to have been close to the 11-year-old boy he helped raise with Temeka when they were married. Her attorney has filed court papers in the ongoing court battle over custody of their other children. Her lawyer claimed Usher was full of it regarding his sorrow over the loss of Kile. Temeka said Usher’s grief has been “bogus” all along.  He delayed court hearings with her over their other children because he felt she was already going through enough “stress and strain” at the time she was coping with Kile being on life support.

“[Usher] visited Kile in the hospital only once” his ex-wife said of the 15 days Kile was on life support. She calls his attempt to postpone their court date “simply a transparent sham.”

Temeka even asked Usher to tweet “Please pray for Kile,” but he didn’t. The ex-wife claims his next post was a photo of his own that read, “Breakfast of Champions.”

Usher’s ex-wife doesn’t want to postpone the hearing because resolving the custody will help her to move on. She wants the judge to deny Usher’s delay in court and wants to keep the original date of August 13.

 

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