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Fight Must Go On: Usher’s Request For Custody Trial Delay Denied, Plus Bow Wow’s Dad PENNS A LETTER To Bow Wow Asking Him To Stop The Public Shade!

The judge in Usher’s custody battle with Tameka Raymond has refused to postpone the trial because of the death of Tameka’s son, Kile Glover

Recently, Usher requested a postponement due to fears that the court hearing would cause “unnecessary stress and strain” for himself, Tameka, and their two young children. But really Usher got cold feet, saying the Jury & Court might rule in his ex-wife’s favor. Plus, Bow Wow’s Dad isn’t buying into is son’s comment made about him. More details below……………
In the court docs filed on behave of Tameka, fired back that his claims were “bogus” and that he only visited Kile once in the hospital.
According to TMZ:

A judge in Fulton County, GA has now ruled, saying the case will go on as planned and Usher will once again take the stand.

The trial will resume on Aug. 13 and is only expected to last a few more days.

Tameka has also released a statement in response to recent reports about her custody fight:

“To begin, I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the countless number of people who opened their hearts, extended their prayers, well-wishes and remained hopeful for my son Kile during the last weeks of his life. I truly believe that he has always been an Angel from birth and the World was just too small to contain a spirit so vast. I’m thankful and blessed to merely be the vessel that carried him and humbled that God gave him to us to love. I also feel humbled by everyone’s show of concern, and knowing that Kile Glover touched the lives of so many has given me strength during my worst & darkest hour … Again I THANK YOU ALL!

Sadly, I remain in the unfortunate position of having to respond to and attend court proceedings that were not initiated or begun by me. I did not file this custody case (January 2011) and was content with the ‘joint custody’ arrangement that we share.

Most importantly, nor do I wish to appear in court while I am mourning the loss of my son. But I do not want to delay thus prolong these proceedings either; I’d rather continue this arduous process hoping it will help move me through this most difficult period in my life. People seem to be privy to only my filed responses as ‘Defendant’ to the initiation of this case (Jan 4, 2011), when I have only been defending myself and protecting the best interests of my children through my counsel. I cannot control how the media reports are written/slanted/spun or even how court documents may be manipulated in their attribution of certain statements as if they are direct “quotes” from me- yet I can control what I actually say myself.

This may sound really cliché but you must NOT believe everything you read or hear and never judge… especially without solid facts and always, but always consider the source. Discernment is key. My boys are my entire world and I will fight tooth and nail to keep all of my sons together as a family, I pray for a swift, peaceful resolution so that we all can move forward.

Again, thank you for your concern, positive energy and hope for my family during this surreal time. There have been times when just the right words, at the right time, have provided me shelter through this storm and I appreciate you all. Please continue to keep us in your prayers.

With Love & Light,

Tameka Foster Raymond”

In other news,

Rapper Bow Wow claims he didn’t have that much in common with his dad while he was growing up. 

In response, Shad’s father, Alfonso Moss, penned an open letter to his son asking him to stop the public shading. And get this – he also warned him about the dangers of him succumbing to alcoholism. Yes, that’s the way to win your kids hurt: Respond to his obvious cries of help and frustration with an insinuation about his drinking habits.

Check out the letter below:

“Son, I guess the only way you want to communicate with me is through the media. I recently read your article in Vibe and I felt like I needed to contact you.

“First off, I want you to know how happy and proud I am of you and your success. I was also blessed that your mother and step-father did an excellent job of raising you to the man you are today. I can also say that I am proud that you have done your best to be a father to your daughter. I don’t want you to have the regrets that I have had for not being in your life more than I have been. Your Grandfather, my Dad, left me at an early age as well, it is time to stop this cycle.”

“I actually thought that we were making positive steps to rebuild our relationship when we spoke last year during labor day weekend. I thought that call was going to be like it use to be when you and one of your girlfriends were together and you asked me how to cook tacos.”

“We had a good bonding moment. So, when you called me last year, I thought we were having a private conversation only to see the video on Vibe.com of you asking me “are you clean,” like I’m some kind of junkie or something. I am NOT a junkie, but I am an alcoholic.”

“I am concerned and worried about you. I am not sure if you know this or not, but Alcoholism runs on both sides of your family. Both of your grandfathers and me have struggled with the disease. Please be careful and be mindful so that you will not succumb to this disease that is in your genes.”

“Shad, I never asked you for anything, but I am asking for one thing now. Can you please stop throwing me under the bus and talking bad about me?”

“I may be an alcoholic, but I never physically abused you. Keyshia Cole tried to help her Mother. Tyler Perry takes care of his family financially and he was sexually abused by some of them. All I am asking is that you stop dragging my name in the mud.”

Also, do you think Bow Wow is a dead beat dad, according to his baby mama?

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