Celebs were terrified by the news that Usher’s stepson, Kyle Glover was severely injured during a jet-ski accident on Friday. According to E! News, celebrity’s pals have all taken to Twitter to express their support for the singer’s 11-year-old son.
Usher left all misunderstandings aside in order to help his former wife’s son, Kyle Glover. The 11-year-old boy was involved in a jet-ski accident during a trip to Lake Lanier on Friday. According to insiders, Kyle and another unidentified 15-year-old girl were sitting in an inner tube which was pulled on the lake by a boat. A 38-year-old man, who was driving a jet-ski, lost control of the device and crashed into the tube causing severe injuries to both kids.
Since there was no other means of transportation, the two victims were air-lifted to Children’s Healthcare at Egelston Hospital in Atlanta. As soon as he heard the news that his stepson was injured, R&B singer Usher sent a jet to Tameka in order for her to be at her son’s side. The couple is going through a difficult divorce and custody battle, but this did not prevent them from acting as a family in dire straits.
Authorities did not make any statements in relation to the accident besides the fact that it was not caused by alcohol consumption. Neither Usher, nor his ex-wife released any declaration about the health condition of their son, but the medical staff told the press that the Kyle Glover is still in critical condition.
Celebrities were deeply impressed by the news that the 11-year-old boy suffered such a terrible incident, so they immediately took to Twitter to express their support. Russell Simmons wrote on his Twitter account that he is praying for Usher and Tameka’s son to get well soon. Singer Fantasia, on the other hand, invited all her followers to pray for the couple adding that they need all the help they could get.
Department of Natural Resources Sergeant Mike Burgamy is in charge of investigating the case. He stated that he doesn’t know whether any charges will be filed against the 38-year-old man responsible for the incident.