The ongoing custody battle between Usher and his ex-wife Tameka Foster ended on Friday with the R&B singer winning primary custody of his two sons Usher Raymond V, 4 and Naviyd, 3 but Foster is reportedly planning to appeal the decision.
According to TMZ Foster believes that the judge gave a biased ruling in the case, since Usher's lawyer works for a firm that threw a fundraiser for the judge back in 2008. Foster has not confirmed this herself, but instead sent a tweet this weekend that seemed to be related to the case.
"Money can buy many things... But in the end. Truth & goodness will prevail," she tweeted. "I must continue to believe this. Stand firm."
The details of Foster's access to or visitation rights of her children have not yet been released, but the ruling comes as somewhat of a surprise, given the emotionally charged accusations slung back and forth between Usher and Foster during the trial. Foster accused her ex of being too absorbed in his career to be a good father and that he had used drugs in the presence of his sons. She also told Global Grind that she never wanted to enter the custody battle to begin with and was satisfied with their previously agreed upon "joint custody" arrangement.