Who would have thought 5 years ago, the way Usher was sprung on Tameka that it would end up like this. Well in today’s episode of Ratchetpiece Theatre, the custody battle between Usher and Tameka got ugly in the form of damaging testimony from Linda-Brock White, Tameka’s friend for over 10 years and the godmother to one of her sons.
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Tameka’s relationship with her son’s is distant and her parenting skills are poor.
Linda took care of Tameka’s son Ryan every weekend. She noticed the same detachment with her youngest boys. And their care was always someone else’s responsibility, because she depended on nannies and family members to take care of her children.
Linda comments more on Tameka’s lack of parenting skills but gets her own spot blown during cross examination.
When flying to St. Barts last month, Brock-White said she flew with the two young children while Foster flew on a separate airline.
Foster’s attorneys said on cross that Brock-White has three sons, two of which have been to jail.
Yolanda Moore, who is Tameka’s sister did no favors for Usher on the witness stand.
Usher acted like he should be the only one to have his son’s and he attacked his mother in her presence, saying.
“He kind of started to ram his car into my car and her car,” said Moore.
Usher’s attorney’s clapped back hard, basicaly saing that Tameka is batsh!t crazy
Usher’s attorneys contend Foster is a bad mother, and has psychological and anger management issues. They say the issues are so bad she should be on medication.
Foster explained to the court she was advised to take medication back in 2009. At the time, when she came home from Brazil, she discovered her husband had moved his things. She said the incident was shocking and with her two children, she found herself angry and hurt. She said she didn’t want to take the medication, and felt it was not necessary.
Tameka admitted she did crooked things but that is now behind her.
“Yes, I stole things,” Foster said. “I stole diapers before. I’ve gone in 7-Eleven and stolen diapers out of the store. I admit it. I was 19 years old. I’m not proud of it. I wouldn’t do it now.”
Tameka says she didn’t want it to come to this…yeah sure, we believe you.
Foster said she “begged” Raymond to withdraw his petition numerous times.
“I was like, ‘It’s ridiculous, are you mad at me? I don’t know why. You know your kids are fine. They’re happy. They’re productive.’ … Maybe I don’t do everything perfectly, but I do the best I can,” Foster said.