Usher Wants To Settle With Ex After Jet Ski Tragedy

Usher Wants To Settle With Ex After Jet Ski Tragedy
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There’s a new update in the child support/custody war between Usher and Tameka Raymond. TMZ has learned that Usher wants to settle after a jet ski accident left his stepson Kyle brain dead.

Sources close to the singer said that Usher spoke to Tameka over the weekend and suggested that they settle up. Originally, Usher wanted 50/50 custody with a slight increase in child support, but Tameka said no.

But after, Usher met with his lawyers and made a proposal that gave Tameka “a majority” of custody. In addition, Usher is raising his child support offer “significantly.”

Although the offer has not been presented to Tameka yet, TMZ learned that she’s open to “a reasonable settlement.”

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