Usher’s Ex-Wife Claims He’s Faking His Emotions Over Her Son’s Death

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The drama rages on between Usher Raymond and his former wife, Tameka.

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The singer’s ex is alleging that he did not attend the funeral of her young son, Kile Glover (pictured below), who passed away on July 21 from injuries suffered during a tragic jet ski accident from a month before.

Moreover, she claims Usher is pretending to be overwrought with emotion about the boy just to garner sympathy from his devoted fan base, reports TMZ.

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For one, Tameka claims Usher only visited Kile once during his 15 days on life support. She also claims to have asked Usher to tweet the message, “Please pray for Kile” to his throng of followers but he refused. Instead, Tameka claims, Usher chose to tweet a photo of his breakfast with the caption “Breakfast of Champions” (pictured below).

Still in the midst of their vicious court battle, Usher had requested to postpone the trial hearing regarding the custody of his two biological children with Tameka.

He expressed his concern about how the hearing would bring on “unnecessary stress and strain” for both himself, Tameka and their two children ” in the immediate wake of this tragedy.”

The Grammy-winning artist also claims, according to TMZ, that Tameka would have an unfair advantage regarding the custody hearing because jurors would feel sorry for her after losing her son Kile so tragically.

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His ex-wife’s lawyers are arguing in court documents that his claims of suffering “stress and strain” are “bogus.”

Tameka claims that putting an end to the custody hearing would help her healing process tremendously. In court documents, Tameka claims Usher’s attempt to postpone the hearing is “simply a transparent sham” and she is requesting that the presiding judge deny his request and require him to appear at the next scheduled hearing set for August 13.

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