Tameka Raymond will appeal the court’s decision to grant her ex-husband Usher full custody of their two children.
According to TMZ, Tameka lost the custody battle on Friday when a Georgia judge ruled in Usher’s favour after the two-week trial.
However, Tameka feels that the ruling was deeply unfair and thinks the judge was bias.
Usher pictured at the custody trial last week
It is believed that Usher’s law firm threw an election fundraiser in 2008 for the judge who presided over the trial and she feels that the connection may have influenced the ruling.
Tameka is annoyed at the decision because she argued that Usher is always on the road and touring around the world and she believes that he does not deserve primary custody.
Tameka took to her Twitter to share some cryptic messages with her followers.
“Don’t fear the enemy that attacks you. Fear the fake friend that hugs you. There’s not much worse.
Tameka’s son, Kile, who died earlier this summer
“Money can buy many things… But in the end. Truth and goodness will prevail. I must continue to believe this. Stand firm,” she wrote.
The ruling comes after the death of Tameka’s son Kile, from a previous relationship, died after a tragic Jet Ski accident.
Usher’s attorney argued that Tameka isn’t capable of providing a safe enviornement for four-year-old Usher Raymond V and Naviyd, three.
According to Fox Atlanta he said: “She does not have the emotional stability or capacity to bond with them, and therefore she is handicapped.”
The couple divorced in 2009 and put a co-parenting arrangement into place.