A family friend is under investigation and could be to blame for a jet ski accident which left Usher's 11-year-old stepson brain dead, officials revealed Monday (July 9).
The "Scream" singer's stepson, Kile Glover, is the son of his ex-wife Tameka Foster and according to The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Kyle was floating on an inner tube with a 15-year-old girl by a pontoon boat on Georgia's Lake Lanier when 38-year-old family friend Jeffrey S. Hubbard ran over both of them.
With another year's edition having come and gone, the 2012 BET Awards were held in Los Angeles, CA on Sunday night (July 1).
Taking place at the Shrine Auditorium, the big winners of the night were Kanye West and Jay-Z with triumphs in the Best Group and Video of the Year categories for "The Throne" while Beyoncé nabbed trophies for Best Female R&B Artist and Video Director of the Year.
A little over a week after his new album "Looking For Myself" dropped, Usher sat down for a candid interview with "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts while opening up about his new album, his public custody battle and his non-profit organization.
Onstage, the "Scream" singer is successful as ever - especially after his new album landed him number one yet again on Billboard charts - however, offstage Usher is facing a very emotional and public custody battle with his ex-wife Tameka Foster.
Celebrating fatherhood and paternal bonds, dads around the world are being toasted on the Father's Day holiday (June 17) for all that they do as family patriarchs.
Among the proud papas are the hard-working movie stars and professional athletes, with tenured parental figures Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise joining new daddy's Chris Hemsworth and Tony Romo as being among the men juggling family duties with demanding careers in the public eye.