Usher’s Stepson, Kile Glover Died After Two Weeks Of Boat Accident

The Grammy award-winning pop star Usher’s stepson, Kile Glover died after critically injured during boating accident. He was 11.

Glover was taken his last breath on Saturday morning, a little more than two weeks after July 6 accident on Lake Lanier, round about 40 miles from Atlanta. His mother, Tameka Foster, who finalized divorce from Usher in November 2009 except for a bitter custody dispute that raged until very recently, tweeted a photo of Glover with a younger brother Friday night.

Kile was floating on an inner tube with a 15-year-old girlfriend behind a pontoon boat that was rented by the family and friends. Another member of their party ran them over while riding a personal watercraft, leaving Kile in critical situation and girl in with minor injuries reportedly a broken arm.

Usher's Stepson was found brain-dead after July 6 accident on Lake Lanier in Atlanta. he died on Saturday morning at 11.

Usher’s Stepson was found brain-dead after July 6 accident on Lake Lanier in Atlanta. he died on Saturday morning at 11.

Glover found brain-dead after he pulled from deep lake and was transferred in Atlanta hospital. Usher, who was growing Kile for seven years, was reportedly devastated. Glover’s father, Ryan Glover, is an Atlanta TV executive.

Before the incident, Usher, whose full name is Usher Raymond, had been in a legal battle with ex-wife Tameka Foster arising from custody fight over their two boys together, Usher Raymond V and Naviyd, rather than a 50-50 split, TMZ reported.

Usher and ex-wife Tameka Foster poses with their children including Kile Glover

Usher and ex-wife Tameka Foster poses with their children including Kile Glover

Condolences aired in the media outlets late on Saturday, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. It was said those who tweeted off condolences including pop star Justin Bieber, Toni Braxton and singer Eric Benet, among the others.

Usher, who is one of the top-selling singers and songwriters, has won Grammy awards. He took initial acclaim in the late 90s with hit albums such as My Way and went on to release the 10-million-plus selling 2004 album Confessions that firmly established him as a superstar, among several others including Raymond v. Raymond in 2010.

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