Usher Awarded Primary Custody Of Sons

Usher was granted primary custody of his sons by an Atlanta court Friday.

The new custody arrangement involving Usher Raymond V, 4, and Naviyd Ely Raymond, 3, will begin on September 1, according to the Associated Press.  The R&B superstar separated from the boys’ mother, Tameka Foster, in 2008.

The court decision comes after the death of Kile Glover, Usher’s 11-year-old stepson who died following a tragic jet ski accident on July 6. Tameka was Kile’s biological mother.

At the time of Kile’s accident, Usher and Tameka were in a bitter custody battle over their sons. However, the divorced couple put their differences aside to support each other.


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  1. Personally without knowing him I think that this is brilliant news. He seems to have had the childrens best interest in mind through out.

  2. I originally wanted Usher to get custody of the boys. Now I feel bad for Tameka. One of her sons just died and now she’s losing two more.

    • Primary custody should go to parent best equiped mentally and physically to take care of the children. Sympathy and pity for mother losing another child is not a valid reason for her to get custody of another children. It would make me as a judge more leery to give primary custody due to her fragile emotional state.

  3. Having babies isn’t enough to make you a good mother, they had to have something substantial to take primary custody from her.

    • She never had primary custody, she have shared custody of the boys with Usher and was seeking primary.

      Fact is like someone else said she didn’t have custody other kids her ex husband did. Their must have been a reason why she did have custody of them ether and that could be part of the reason why Usher won.

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