R&B singer Tameka Foster has reportedly hinted at her reaction to losing sole custody of her two sons to former husband Usher on Friday (August 24).
Although she did not directly go at Usher with name drops, she did stir up speculation Friday evening with a series of tweets.
“A woman’s loyalty is tested when her man has nothing… A mans loyalty is tested when he has everything!,” she tweeted.
“Don’t fear the enemy that attacks you… Fear the fake friend that hugs you. There’s not much worse.”
“Money can buy many things… But in the end. Truth & goodness will prevail. I must continue to believe this. Stand firm.” (Tameka Foster’s Twitter)
Weekend reports claim she is also seeking an appeal to the court ruling.
Usher’s ex-wife Tameka Raymond is PISSED over her recent loss in court and believes the ruling could be the result of a biased judge … so she’s gearing up to file an appeal, TMZ has learned. Sources close to Tameka tell TMZ, she feels the ruling was unfair. We’re told Tameka recently found out that Usher’s lawyer’s law firm threw an election fundraiser back in 2008 for the judge who presided over the trial … and she feels that connection may have influenced the ruling. (TMZ)
Usher’s take down of Tameka made nationwide headlines on Friday.
Usher has been awarded primary custody and joint legal custody of his two sons with Tameka Foster Raymond, bringing to an end a bitter custody battle that has raged since the couple separated in 2008. The new custody arrangement for Usher Raymond V, 4, and Naviyd Ely Raymond, 3, will begin Sept. 1, a court clerk said Friday in Atlanta. (Los Angeles Times)
Foster reportedly took aim at Usher’s work demands and inability to properly care for their two sons.
Foster, who was fighting to retain joint custody and have her monthly support payments increased, had claimed that R&B singer was too busy traveling to care for the children. Usher’s lawyers said earlier this month that Foster was “incapable of being a proper parent” to the boys, adding that she “does not have the emotional stability to or capacity to bond with them, and therefore she is handicapped.” (Huffington Post)