Tameka lost primary custody of her two sons after a Georgia judge’s ruling last Friday.
Foster, who gave birth to Usher Raymond V in 2007 and Naviyd Ely Raymond a year later, tweeted about the ruling, writing, “Money can buy many things… But in the end. Truth & goodness will prevail.”
Tameka, 41, later added, “A woman’s loyalty is tested when her man has nothing… A mans loyalty is tested when he has everything!
“Don’t fear the enemy that attacks you… Fear the fake friend that hugs you. There’s not much worse.”
Usher’s ex-wife plans to appeal the judge’s ruling.
The attorney representing Usher said at a custody hearing, “We believe the evidence is that Ms Raymond is incapable of being a proper parent to these children. That she does not have the emotional stability or capacity to bond with them, and therefore she is handicapped.”
But, Tameka’s attorney Lisa West told the court the singer is on the road most of the time, and cannot rely on his family to keep the children.
Foster received a call from Usher before the final decision in their custody hearing was made, where he stated, “How does it feel to lose custody of your children? One day, I will tell my boys that they once had a mother.”
Tameka Foster reportedly plans to use the recording when she files the appeal.
Some reports suggest Usher’s lawyer was a close friend of the judge that presided over their case.
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