I guess the law has no time for sympathy.
Although he tried to hold off on it out of respect, a judge went against Usher‘s request to hold off on his upcoming custody case with ex-wife, Tameka Foster saying that the death of her son, Kile, will not interfere in the proceedings.
Usher had previously asked if they could hold off on the legal battle, while Tameka said that Usher’s mourning was faked and “bogus”. The Fulton County (in Georgia) judge has obviously sided with Tameka and says Usher must take the stand.
The case resumes August 13th and will last a few days.
And suddenly, I’m “Team Usher”.
Via Tabloid Prodigy