Usher Talks Failed Marriage with Tameka Raymond

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By: Amanda Anderson-Niles

Usher talks about Tameka? Tameka Raymond signed up for VH1’s “Atlanta Exes” so she could discuss her failed marriage with Usher on a public platform and open up and let people get a better glimpse of who she is post the R&B singer, but it appears Usher is opening up about their failed marriage too.

In a recent interview with O Magazine, Usher actually describes the divorce as the best mistake he’s ever made in is life. He then says:

“Most people probably think I regret it because I ended up getting divorced, but it helped me learn that sometimes I think I know more than I actually do.”


Usher opens up about the marriage and more in the September issue of O Magazine.


  1. I don’t think he and Tamra were ever a good match at all. And to me, she more than earned her golddigger status. If however, he came out the other side of that arrive and divorce a better person – then more power to him.

  2. I’m actually watching Atlanta Exes for Tameka and Torrei. We always hear Kevin and Usher’s sides, so it will be interesting to hear the side of the ex wives.

  3. Usher hasn’t aged at all but back to the topic at least him and Tameka have two beautiful little boys. One thing I like about Usher is he hasn’t spoken out against Tameka on the show or caused trouble for her being on the show unlike some other bitter ex husband and boyfriends.

  4. Usher really did allow public opinion to make him file those papers. He knew Tameka was hurting his career.

  5. His “best mistake”, throwing shade all up in thru that comment. Usher’s an A$$ and a straight up mama’s boy, so not surprised he said this b*tch sh*t! He lost all my respect and support with that shady mess he and his lawyer did with that crooked a-s Fulton County judge and that custody case.

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