Tameka Foster is reportedly speaking out against singer Usher Raymond for his "bogus" public portrayal and true intentions displayed after the recent death of his stepson, Kile Glover.
Glover, 11-year-old son of Tameka Foster, was declared brain dead after an accident involving water activities last month. After being taken off of life support days later, Raymond reportedly told Foster that they could re-schedule a custody hearing for their two shared children so that she could have time to grieve.
While Raymond requested for a later court date so that the "unnecessary stress and strain" would not affect him or Foster, his ex-wife does not seem to think his intentions are genuine.
According to TMZ reports, Raymond may be trying to buy time so that Foster is not given an advantage by a judge who may believe a grieving mother should not lose two more of her children to the singer who is battling her for custody.
Although people have also been supporting Raymond in his time of grief, Foster reportedly denied that he was supporting her dead son.
"[Usher] visited Kile in the hospital only once," Foster claimed of her son's 15 days on life support, TMZ reports.
While Raymond tweeted "Please pray for Kile," on his social media account, Foster is alleging that he may have not been doing the same thing. Many fans and friends have been expressing their support for the singer who has been in Glover's life for seven years.
However, the overwhelming amount of support for the singer has upset Foster's friends, who reportedly spoke out about it last month.
"I've seen celebs and media outlets alike continue to send their condolences to Usher. Kile was Tameka and Ryan Glover's child and the sympathy should be given to them first and foremost," a family friend reportedly told RadarOnline.com. "Although Usher has been so kind in chartering a plane so she could be by Kile's side, he didn't necessarily play a huge role in Tameka's other children's lives after the divorce. Therefore it seems a little disrespectful that Ryan is being ignored as a father, in place of another just because he's topping the Billboard charts."