Let me tell y’all something, Usher & Tameka’s asses get on my last damn nerve with all this damn court drama. Like seriously, the next time they go to court, it needs to be for a marriage license. Those two need to get married, lock themselves in a mansion somewhere, and drive each other crazy until they are old and gray. I’m sorry, there should be a limit on how many times you can go to court surrounding the same issues before your ass is thrown in jail. The sad part is, I really feel like it is Usher that is keeping the sh!t going. ughh he is such a drama queen. A rich little boy with too much time and money on his hands. Damn, just play fair and toying around with the lady and her children. Whew…. Now that I am done ranting, on to the story.
Undeniably, Usher & Tameka’s sons have got to be the most loved little boys on the planet. They’ve got two parents that are fighting tooth and nail for them. Or do they have two parents that are using them as pawns in a human game of chess? Either way, Tameka has recently filed court papers on Usher citing that he does whatever the hell he wants to do with the kids without any regard to her opinion and they are supposed to be co-parenting the boys. She now wants Usher punished. See what else she alleges Usher has done
The problem … she says … back in July, Usher stormed out of a co-parenting class they were ordered to attend … and he hasn’t been back since. She says she’s begged him to return — but so far, he’s just ignored her.
Usher has primary custody of their two sons … but she says he’s supposed to make important family decisions with her — especially decisions about schooling, travel and activities.
Tameka says … he’s shut her out. She never knows where he takes the twins or what he’s doing with them. She’s especially pissed that he signed up one of the boys for football practice — without her approval.
She wants a judge to hold Usher in contempt and order him to be a better co-parent. ~TMZ
Whats sick and twisted about this is that most time women are in family court soliciting the court’s help to get the father of the children to step up and be a parent. In this instance, the father is parenting too much. Isn’t it ironic…