Damn, I knew the marriage wouldn't last long, but I didn't think it wouldn't even make it to the alter... This is yet another twist in the drama that has become Ushmeka!
The wedding between Usher and his pregnant fiancee has been canceled, his publicist told The Associated Press on Saturday.
However, a statement released by publicist Patti Webster exclusively to the AP read: "It was announced today that the wedding ceremony for Usher Raymond, IV and Tameka Foster was canceled. No additional information will be given regarding the circumstances of the cancellation, but we hope the privacy of this matter will be respected."
Webster would not comment on whether the two were still engaged or even a couple. DAMN!
UPDATE via People:
"Usher's mother [and former manager, Jonetta Patton, whom he fired in May] is against the wedding. That is one of the main obstacles," according to the source, who also said of the bride, 37, and groom, 28: "They only decided two weeks ago to have a wedding. They wanted to have it take place before the baby bump started showing."
But as another source tells PEOPLE: "Usher changed his mind."
Usher (full name: Usher Raymond) and Foster, a stylist, also "had a lot of differences about the details. For example, the bride wanted barbeque, [and] he wanted to have [renowned chef] Jean Georges cook," said the source.
As a result of the differences, the wedding "was on again off again for the past few days. [Foster] was calling it off because she wasn't getting the things that she wanted. The mother was calling it off. ... Usher was calling it off." [READ MORE]
Plus, according to Sandra Rose:
An industry insider who is close to usher's camp revealed the real reason behind usher's surprise cancellation of his wedding to his former stylist Tameka Foster. "My sources are saying The National Enquirer Story did it, and the wedding was called off last night," said the insider in a text message to me.
Tameka Foster is said to be "furious" at last night's surprise cancellation of her wedding.
If you missed the National Enquirer Story, click here
to see the scan [via ForeverUsher.com]
Labels: Tameka Foster, Usher