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Usher's Ex-Wife Will Be Forced To Pull The Plug On Son After His Insurance Runs Out

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We cannot even begin to imagine what this poor woman must be going through right now.

This is a decision that no mother should ever have to make.

A week after Kyle Glover, Usher's stepson with Tameka Foster, was declared brain dead after a tragic jet ski accident in Georgia, we've now learned that the singer's ex-wife will be forced to take the 11-year-old off of life-support as soon as early August, as his insurance coverage will expire.

According to sources, Tameka's insurance company has yet to set a specific deadline, but have made it clear that they will only cover the cost of the enormous hospital bills for a few months. And while Usher has been supportive throughout this entire, devastating ordeal, he has yet to offer to cover any of the medical expenses, nor does Tameka expect him to.

Instead, she's holding on to the hope that little Kyle will somehow be able to pull through, and for her sake, as well as his friends, family, and loved ones, we hope that somehow a miracle can happen and he does.

Stay strong, you guys.

You are all in our prayers right now.

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87 comments to “Usher's Ex-Wife Will Be Forced To Pull The Plug On Son After His Insurance Runs Out”

  1. 1

    It is absolutely tragic, awful and so sad.

    He can't recover from it though, so don't the hospital have a responsibility to decide what happens regarding life support? (I'm from england, so i guess health care differs)

    So sad though. I understand as a mother you would want to keep him on there forever. God bless them x

  2. 2

    Ok for someone that supposedly has a heart and is all about thinking about the kids, the title to this post is so absolutely heartless and unthinking that it disgusts me. Considering this is a touchy topic, and it deals with a child couldnt you have been a bit more considerate of the feelings of others? I mean I have been told there are celebs that still read your blog, and if one should google Tameka or Usher this blog post comes up, so I think you have a responsibility to at least be more caring in your reporting of the situation. Shame on you!!

  3. 3

    it's disgusting the insurance is being pulled from him. they should be sued

  4. 4

    that would be awful if the hospital had final say on killing someone or not old springs! Let the mom decide!

  5. 5

    The kid has a father. Why would Usher pay for this kid's medical care??? U r completely retarded gayboy.

  6. Rooo says – reply to this


    sadly being braindead is irreversible theres no miracle for that and usher has nothing to do with that issue.(the biological father should)

  7. 7

    Bullshit Perez. Our healthcare system doesn't work like that and I don't appreciate the carelessness that has gone into this post, no wonder your website isn't what it once was. It's all ads and bullshit. Pathetic.

    If a patient is brain dead, they are DEAD and it's not an insurance company decision to pull the plug, it is a moral and legal obligation of the physician treating the patient and the hospital.

    If someone's insurance runs out because they have been in the ICU for so long, guess who foots the bill? The tax payer. We do not decline care or kick anyone out of our hospitals EVER. Get it straight Perez.

  8. 8

    but he's not on a coma, he's brain dead, there's no way to pull through, unless the diagnostic about the brain death is wrong.

  9. Isabel says – reply to this


    Re: Viko101010
    You are right, that is absolutely true, but still I feel like Usher could do something since he has been his stepfather for a very long time and this situation involves the mother of his children (and therefor this situation will affect his own children also). I don't know what the biological father does for a living, but I don't assume he makes enough money to pay enormous hospitalbills. Celebs give so much to charity (basically giving money to people they don't know) so why can't Usher help Tameka with this? He knows the kid after all and he can afford it. It probably won't bring her son back, but then she has the time to say goodbye on her own terms. But yeah, he doesn't have to do it since it his not his kid, but still, morally it feels wrong to me to not help Tameka. (but just my opinion).

  10. 10

    Poor lady, I feel for her. But her child has already passed. Didn't the doctors explain that to her? Brain dead is dead. Hope she has it within her to donate his organs, so that other lives will be spared.

  11. Lisa says – reply to this


    Usher has no say so in what happens with the life support. This should be a decision made by Tameka and Kile's father, who has joint custody. Usher and Tameka were only married 2 years, and 1 of those years they were separated. So I wouldn't say he had that much of an input in raising Kile.

  12. 12

    Re: Isabel – I respect your opinion but… The kid is brain dead… End of story. Usher should not pay for HER kid so she can say goodby on her own term. She should face the reality as we all have to - wether we like it or not. His father should be the one to help the mother of his kids to exercise her "right"to waste his,insurance or taxpayers money. It won't bring the poor boy back.

  13. 13

    what a stupid post. they will transfer him to a long term facility and the family can keep him physically 'alive' for as long as they want…money or not. there is a window for organ donation if the family wants to consider that. it may already be closed…but if he has medically been declared brain dead the family will need to decide whats morally best for themselves. there are catholic facilities that will leave him on life support forever. the hospital does have the right to transfer him though…and make room for another trauma victim (money or not) who can potentially be helped.

  14. Kevin says – reply to this


    Forced? Forced? Why would someone not pull the plug on a brain dead family member. Ridiculous choice of words Mario. As someone who has done that particular act it's not a choice once the tests come back "No activity" That person has died. It's over. Any other choice is fuckin stupid. Mourn, bury the body and get on with life without. May sound harsh but that is the reality. Leaving a brain dead person on life support is selfish and NOT about that person.

  15. Kevin says – reply to this


    BTW, the only "choice" at this point is organ donation and that is almost as stupid a choice as pulling the plug. You do it. It's a given to anyone with a clue

  16. 16

    It's not so easy just to say "oh my child is brain dead, pull the plug". Tamika and the family are probably saying goodbye to him, and it is a process. It can't be easy, especially when all the "what ifs" are going through her head.
    It may be easy for a lot of you to say he's going to be a burden to tax pays and that there is no hope. But a grieving mother is not thinking about that. I'm sure the inevitable will happen to him regarding the insurance running out, but let the mom hold onto her baby until then. Or maybe she will stop life support before then on her terms.

  17. BetsyBean says – reply to this


    Brain death IS legally dead. There is no coming back from it. An insurance company and a hospital are not going to continue to care for someone who is dead. The only reason people are kept on the machines is to consider organ donation. There is no miracle for dead.

  18. 18

    If it were my child, I would have done the compassionate thing and let him go and let someone else live with the donation of organs. What a sad site this is when you misrepresent the situation so horrifically. I wish someone would sue you for millions of dollars.

  19. 19

    Tameka has PLENTY of money to pay for life support. Either she planted this story, her legal team to use in the divorce or the media made it up. Usher has no obligation to pay for this child, but he has already chartered a private flight for Tameka to the hospital when it happened. Either way, she is NOT poor.

    This article is tacky. The boy has a brother and his father's family still to think about. How would they feel knowing that the media is talking about FINANCES and stirring the pot when they should be talking about what kind of a boy was injured and how to prevent these injuries in the future.

  20. Rigby says – reply to this


    Christ on a Cross, no one is going to "make" anyone "pull the plug" - that's unethical and I would presume illegal. As his guardian, she has the legal right to make any decision or take any action regarding his care. This smells like something cooked up to make Usher look bad. And I don't even like Usher, but seriously.

  21. oh yeah Perez? says – reply to this


    Don't believe it…I do believe that there's a throng a people outside protesting her choice, no matter what it may be..

  22. Lori C. says – reply to this


    Sadly, the poor boy is already dead. He is brain dead and the only way he is breathing is via forced measures. :( . Barring a miracle, its probably best to try to let him go rest in peace. :(

  23. 23

    these idiots, should have had the organs harvested and pulled the plug DAYS ago. All they are doing is wasting money and killing the people who could have been saved by his parts.

  24. 24

    Re: Jackay00 – dumbass, he's already DEAD

  25. 25

    Re: Rigby – No, the hospital has no obligation to you once your insurance runs out. The only way they would keep doing anything is if there was a chance he could come out of it. But since there is not, they will tell her to pull the plug or keep paying.

  26. Leslie says – reply to this


    Sadly, she should just pull it in the next week and take care of her many others kids.
    His status is not going to improve, ESP if the brain is dead. The accident and death are tragic, ending artificial support is just being a good mother.

  27. 27

    Very tragic accident and srsly when I sit here and the watch the crazy jet skiers out on the lake I'm surprised there aren't more accidents. My own kids have nearly been mowed over by drunken jet skiers. But that is another issue. Where is the childs biological Dad? Usher According to reports, the insurance should cover for the next 1-2 months. The chances of recovery from having no brain waves is pretty much zero, sad to say.

  28. ICUs nurse says – reply to this


    Re: Jackay00 – Actually once you are brain dead you are legally dead. Most hospitals only give people a few days at most to say goodbye. The hospital is being really generous since they're spending money just keeping what is essentially a dead body alive.

  29. MIA says – reply to this


    Re: raypearson – You old, heartless, bastard! Something tells me that your loved ones (assuming you has any) will have no problem pulling the plug on you. They probably would like to do anything it takes to help you get six feet under. You wouldn't even make decent compost. A woman is trying to say goodbye to her eleven year old child, not deciding on pizza toppings! I would suggest that you jump off a building so that you could provide organs to someone, but you probably have nothing of any use inside you. Heaven knows you are already without a heart and brain!

  30. 30

    "Pull through"? Brain dead = he passed away. I can't imagine how awful that has to be for his mother but it's the truth and caring for a dead body round the clock for months on end is not only costing the insurance company ridiculous amounts of money but using up the doctors and nurses valuable time they could be spending, I don't know, saving the life of an actual breathing person? It's a rough situation on the family but they need to think with thier brains not their hearts or he'll stay there for years. RIP.

  31. fancypants66 says – reply to this


    One can stay on a ventilator to 'breathe for them' for a long time. Organs can only be donated if the patient remains on a ventilator. Once the ventilator has been pulled, a person can breathe on their own, even if they are brain dead, for quite some time — but the organs cannot be considered for donation as they will not have had sufficient oxygen supply. As a mother, I cannot imagine having to be the one who makes that decision, but for now, no hospital is going to 'make' her pull the plug on her kid. The physician can advise her what to do, but it is the mother's decision whether to begin the process of letting him die. It is a grave and sad situation. I pray she has the strength to go forward.

  32. Tina says – reply to this


    Re: rachelinala – This is very true. A very careless post indeed. No patient is denied care no matter how severe the injury. Try doing an ounce of research next time.

  33. Karla says – reply to this


    This is a very sad situation. However, I question the validity of this article. First of all, Usher is NOT Kile's father and has no obligation to pay for anything. Secondly, Kile has a father - Ryan Glover - who seems to be completely dismissed in all of these reports. And, more importantly, Ryan is a successful television executive (currently president of digital network BounceTV in Atlanta) and is fully capable of supporting his son's medical care.

  34. 34

    Naw naw naw. if you are living with a woman, especially for YEARS, and her son needs medical help and you're rich and you don't offer to help her then that's just fucked up and so fucking disgustingly modern. Whatever happened to gallantry? doesn't it exist anymore? so what that's not his son? he's fucking her and the mother of his other kid. I mean seriously, what the fuck is wrong with people these days.

  35. 35

    That is not true. I work in a TBI (traumatic brain injury) unit and once the private insurance runs out, medicaid takes over. They are not forced to shut off life support. But then again, with Obamacare, I can't say they won't. They have their appointed cronies making medical decisions and they have no medical background.

    So I should say BEFORE they wouldn't pull the plug but now maybe they will.

  36. 36

    What an insensitive headline. Good grief. No wonder you never got a job as a real journalist with cnn or a serious newspaper. You just don't know how to write. Leave this family alone. They've already been through enough.

  37. 37

    I really feel for her as someone whose husband and life partner died suddently and unexpectedly on New Years day a few years ago. He was in ICU and when I went there, the team was coding him, at that time I was not mentally prepared, took me a few hours and talking to one of his sons, and then I had to make the decision. Very painful and hope she is able to make the proper decision and not let her son linger.

  38. Big Daddy says – reply to this


    Re: rachelinala – You are exactly right.

  39. 39

    I don't think of it as pulling the plug — I think of it as I want people to do that for me. I don't want to live plugged into anything. There is no reason for Usher or anyone to go broke paying medical costs for something that won't work. STFU about Usher not wanting to pay. That's ridiculous. I wouldn't pay for it either. He's not going to be worth anything. Why pay to keep him alive on a fricking machine?

  40. 40

    Re: Jackay00Re: Jackay00 – Why should insurance keep paying for someone who's never coming AROUND? I don't say that because I have no sympathy. I say that becuase I know THAT IS NOT WHAT I WOULD WANT DONE TO ME.

  41. 41

    Re: Isabel – And what do you expect him to do? The kid is brain dead. There is no amount of money that can fix that; only keep him alive. Do you get that? Would you spend thousands of dollars trying to keep someone alive?

  42. 42

    Well, Perez, you got what you wanted. A bunch of hits on your website to get paid. Hope you can sleep at night.

  43. princessteee says – reply to this


    Uh, the poor kid is brain dead, which means he's essentially dead. Machines are doing everything for him. Once declared "brain dead", there's no recovery from that. I can understand the mother's desperate need to keep him artificially alive for as long as possible, but at some point, you have to say "goodbye". Insurance co. should not be expected to pay for this indefinitely. It's part of the reason why all of us pay such high premiums for our health care - unnecessary expenditures for someone who is, for all intents and purposes, dead.

  44. 44

    P E R E Z does N O R E S E A R C H about facts, and this headline is all bullshit.

  45. 45

    Oh look at that photo of the cute little kids making gang signs….! Adorable! Perhaps the entire family is brain dead….

  46. proudmom10 says – reply to this


    I'm sorry but I feel different he maynot have been his blood son but he had to have loved him yes the boy real father should pay to but usher has it he has the money. Y can't he help out if he could make donations to sick kids and extra then y not help out any way u can nobody knows how hard it is to lose a child neither does usher

  47. Get better kiddo says – reply to this


    How I wish that some perez readers who come on this site everyday, comment on every single topic he posts and say the most negative and the most ignorant shit I ever heard were brain dead, instead of this poor poor boy.
    I swear, how do some of you live with yourselves? I remember on another post related to this topic one disgusting human being said they would pull the plug. How about get off your ass and enjoy fresh air for once in a while instead of obsessively check Perez Hilton and spread your disgusting negativity around. I swear, some of you really have nothing better to do and just enjoy spreading hate because you're so unhappy with yourself and life.

  48. 48

    Re: LiberalsMakeMeSick

    You obviously have no idea what is proposed in obama's health care plan. The "death panels" was debunked LONG ago. Jeez…I'm Canadian and I know more about the proposed health care plan in the usa than you do. That's kinda pathetic.

  49. cari says – reply to this


    SO LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT….it's OK for an insurance company to pull the plug, but not a family member, cause they'll go to jail? GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT PEREZ! Only a doctor with a family's OK can discontinue life support. Insurance companies don't have any say. Continue to be irresponsible and see how long you have any money left to even run this sight. I don't know where you get your information anyway….or do you just make this crap up? probably…

  50. 50

    He is brain dead. NOTHING can be done. Say your goodbyes and let others benefit by donating his organs. He will NEVER wake up, open his eyes, breathe on his own, speak, smile. NOTHING. It will not get easier the longer you wait. I have been there. I feel for his mother, but grab some sense. He is gone. Tameka has always been a bit of a stupid idiot. Remember when she ran off to South America, didn't tell anyone she was having plastic surgery that was deemed too unsafe for her and went into cardiac arrest on the table? Not the sharpest knife in the drawer.

  51. 51

    And you Americans are against free health care for everybody ?
    MORONS !!!!!!

  52. 52

    Free healthcare for everybody is the only solutuon!

    The rest of the world understands it. Why can't you Americans get it through your thick skulls?

  53. Kandycane says – reply to this


    Re: Karla – Exactly! Perez is dumb! Real Dumb! Most ppl come on the site to hate Perez just more. Dumb! I hate when shows have your over bloated ass. This is gossip trash at it's finest

  54. Kandycane says – reply to this


    Re: cari – we all know he's a big ol DUMBY! Prize will not find a life long partner. His mental issues are wag of bass. Anyone that likes his page? deserves to hear him squill like a pig Stupid!!!!!!!

  55. 55

    Tameka ain't pulling the plug until she can milk this tragedy for all it's worth; that's what a SKANK GHETTO WHORE does….

  56. spacey says – reply to this


    Being brain dead is dead. They may be letting her grieve for a little while longer, but in the end she will have to withdraw life support. Once someone is clinically pronounced dead it is an end all . There are several test done (I've been involved with preforming these tests on several pediatric patients). One such test is an apnea test, if this is positive along with the several other tests and scans they do, the family is told brain death has been confirmed. These test are done at least 12 hours apart by two different Attending Doctors. The patients usually go to fluoroscopy and CT to check if they have any blood flow to their brain. Despite what someone said earlier, you cannot breath on your own when you are brain dead. You have no reflexes. If you are breathing then you have brainstem activity which is not considered brain dead. Insurance companies have no say on whether or not a patient is taken off of life support. Get the facts straight.

  57. 57

    There is nothing more heartbreaking than death taking the life of a child, but the truth is that brain dead means physical death. Sadly, there is no hope for little Kyle. I know this and so do many of you, but guess how we are all different from Tameka? We're not Kyle's mother! It's easy for all of us to sit around and discuss this objectively and see the logical solution, but love isn't always logical. Tonight we will all go to bed and tomorrow we will all (God willing) wake up and our world will continue, while Tameka's world has come to a screeching halt because the child that she carried inside of her, gave birth to, and loved and raised for eleven years, will no longer physically be present. Furthermore, Tameka is not obligated to donate her son's organs. If she makes that decision, wonderful because I fully support organ donation. But it is not for me or any of you to say what she should do with her son's remains. How about instead of trivializing this family's misfortune and making a debate out of their tragedy, you hope for strength for a mother who will inevitably bury her child and who has younger children to whom she will have to explain death to. In the even of a child's death, you would think people could muster up compassion before criticism.

  58. 58

    Perez used this wrong topic as he wanted lot of comments, which he doesn't get lately. It's mean to be critical of any family members specially of those who are legally not his family member of a brain dead by. It's just not right to bash Usher in this situation, he could have offered money for all that you know and the biological father may have rejected. Perez you don't know all the facts so stop trying to be smart about it.

  59. 59

    My thoughts go to Tameka and her family. Very heartbreaking story.

  60. Sarah says – reply to this


    So sad, but if you think you can recover from being brain dead.. then your just dumb.

  61. Prya says – reply to this


    Re: Jackay00 – He's already dead. It's tragic, but you cannot recover from being brain. Your brain is dead! Duh! The hospital needs to care for the living!

  62. Meow says – reply to this


    Re: KarrieBelle – True true true. You worded your comment nicely.

    But I cannot stand what some people say though, they're so negative and situations like this make this smile (well only Perez haters enjoy this) yet they go on here everyday comment on every single post and just say the utmost rude and disgusting comments I have ever seen.

    IF your mamas never told you "If you have nothing nice to say, then don't say anything at all." I suggest you go by it and keep your disgusting comments to yourself.

    This situation is very sad and even brings tears to my eyes, so tragic. My thoughts and prayers go to Tameka's son and family.

  63. 63

    To cheap to buy good insurance, would rather spend on himself, people like him don't think their that their money will never run out, just like Michael Jackson, this man will be broke in less than 10 years, with no money to take care of his children’s you watch, happen all the time with music artist.

  64. Dutchvanobvious says – reply to this


    Re: rachelinala – No kidding! Sensationalizing with this headline is tactless and cruel as well.the child is brain dead, there is zero chance of recovery from that Mario., it is not an insurance decision to end his life. Sadly that happened in the water. A very tragic accident, and as far as waiting for Tameka to come t terms with it before she lets him go, what mother anywhere is ever ready to say a final goodbye to their child? None.

  65. Nik says – reply to this


    Why is this a big deal? He is BRAIN DEAD! He will never get better. She should be happy that she's had the time to say goodbye and let him go.
    I really hope that when they pull the plug they donate his organs so a few lives can be saved.

  66. carina says – reply to this


    Seriously tacky post however, being brain dead, the brain turns to mush.Let him go home and rest in peace.God Bless.

  67. Blah says – reply to this


    So this is what happens in the world of private healthcare were insurance decides when you die. I'm sure happy I don't live in that world.

  68. 68

    Re: kappuhcheenoh – She hasn't accepted his death yet. I am very certain the hospital has given her every bit of information about the realities of the situation. But some parents can't look at their child laying there, chest rising and falling (because the machines are working) and say the kid is gone. People are arguing about whether the doctors are able to turn off life support. They can only do this when the responsible party allows it. If the individual is still technically alive, that's the way it is. I believe the hospital can take legal action through court to get him declared legally dead, but until then, I believe it is up to her, as the responsible party. I feel for her. This has to be an incredible nightmare. I think she will come to the understanding that the child she knew is gone and cannot come back. Sad, no matter how we look at it.

  69. 69

    Re: teeter totter – I am so very sorry for your loss. I can't imagine that kind of pain and having to be the one to make that decision. There will likely always be questions deep down, and this mother will always have to wonder - did I give the okay to remove life support right before a miracle was going to happen? I hope she gets it that if there was going to be a miracle, it would have already happened. Again, teeter, I truly feel for you, and wish you peace.

  70. 70

    Jackay00…what do you think Obama care is all about??

  71. 71

    Re: MIA – girly, the kid is brain dead, in case you don't understand take out the word brain. the kid is DEAD. i am sorry for him and the family, but that does not change the facts. as far as my heart is concerned, my heart goes out to the dozen people his body could help, of course I'll bet that they do not think of other people and bury him whole. Selfish is as selfish does. also BTW bite me.

  72. 72

    Re: LiberalsMakeMeSick – oh my god,,, finally some FACTS. thanks

  73. 73

    Re: Meow
    blah, blah, blah
    Re: Blah
    you realize of course, that the story is false, your rant is based upon a lie.

  74. Martin Engegren says – reply to this



    / martin engegren

  75. 75

    I am so sorry this happened to this little boy and I cannot imagine having to go through it myself In medical school we were taught about futility of care and if he is brain dead then this is exactly what keeping him on life support is doing. Unfortunately he will not pull through. Maybe they should prepare to let him go where he is going and cherish the memories they have of him when he was well.

  76. 76

    Re: Jackay00 – I'm not saying they should, i was genuinely asking a question, because in england they would HAVE to turn it off legally. Of course, if it was me i'm sure i would want to keep them on life support, i was just wondering since that brain dead is legally dead, how the hospital can keep him of life support. I was asking if they can even do that because it is not something you can live with…. Read what i said before you go on the attack.

  77. 77

    Speaking of brain-dead, I wish someone would pull Perez's plug.

  78. RN says – reply to this


    Sadly, you cannot recover from brain death—you are dead. People often use the term incorrectly to mean someone who has irreversible brain damage. Both are tragic. Prayers for both the little man and his family from a Pediatric ICU nurse.

  79. 79

    Re: ViewFromHere – Brilliant.

  80. Mookie says – reply to this


    I think god will make a way that family, will help out I will pray for u

  81. jlb says – reply to this


    Re: MIA – Please tell me how your over reaction to his comment is any better? Calm your ass down.

  82. 82

    While I feel for the mother and can't imagine having to make that call…if she's holding on to hope that he'll pull through, the hospital should have someone talk to her and explain everything again. It's one thing to want time to say goodbye and come to terms with it…another to keep the poor boy's body alive for months while you hope for a miracle that won't happen. Brain dead is dead and the earlier she comes to terms with that, the better for everyone.

    Perez is questionable with his own hoping for a miracle…he should know better.

  83. adpe says – reply to this


    He will not recover. He's brain dead. His mother may still be needing to come to terms with that, but he can't stay on life support forever.

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  85. DeltaFine says – reply to this


    I have been a nurse for over 28 years, and most recently a ER nurse for over 14. If little Glover is "brain dead", there is a very small possiblity he will regain concious. I think Tamika needs to start letting go, and ask God for strenght. It would not be fair to little Glover to live like a vegetable all his life for his mother's sake. She needs to talk to someone from the Gift of life, and give those a chance who can have a more productive life. Little Glover has moved on.

  86. DeltaFine says – reply to this


    Gift of Life, Gift of LIfe, please, somebody tell her to donate his organs. I am a survivor of kidney failure and someones selfless deed gave me another lease on life. The too lost their 20 year old son tragically. However after 72 of coming to terms his prognosis due to a head injury, they gave joy to others. I think Tamike needs to do the same. Perez talk to her1

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