Usher Eases up on Custody Settlement, Stepson May Be Taken Off Life Support

The tragic jet ski accident that left Tameka Foster’s son and Usher’s stepson Kyle Glover brain dead has led to some changes in the pair’s child custody settlement, in which Usher proposes to give ex-wife Foster primary custody of their sons Usher V, 4, and Naviyd, 3.

Upon hearing the news of the accident, the singer charitably chartered a plane for Foster to be able to get to her son’s side and cancelled appearances for him to do the same.

Usher’s settlement initially requested for Foster to settle, while slightly increasing his child support, but she turned down his request. As TMZ reports, sources say Usher has thought about the proposal and re-drafted another to suggest that Foster have “majority” custody of the children while he increases child support “significantly.” Reportedly, the proposal has not yet been reviewed by Foster.

In updated news regarding 11-year-old Kyle Glover, TMZ reports that the family’s insurance coverage is reaching its limit, and life support may have to be pulled as early as next month. But the gossip site goes on to say “coverage will run for ‘a couple months … tops,'” according to a source.

Keeping the family in our thoughts and prayers…