Usher Sex Tape Rumored To Be Up for Sale

Posted March 15, 2011 by J Matthew Cobb in News

Private sex tape being shopped around involving Usher and ex-wife

Raymond v. Raymond may be facing a big follow-up: “Raymond on Raymond.”

The R&B-pop star, who took home recent Grammys for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance and Best Contemporary R&B Album of the Year, is back in the tabloid headlines again after a sex tape has now surfaced and is now being shopped around for sale.

According to TMZ, who have seen excerpts from the video, are claiming infactuadly that the two individuals performing oral sex in the video are Usher Raymond and ex-wife Tameka Foster. An unidentified entpreneur even bargained with the tabloid Web site TMZ to purchase the video. And according to TMZ’s website, Usher may have meant what he said when he wrote “Trading Places.” The two individuals “are both givers,” they said.

The footage is believed to have been stolen data from electronics taken during a 2009 robbery.  Usher’s 2007 GMC Yukon was hit just before Christmas in 2009 while he and his bodyguard were inside the AT&T store at 3431 Lenox Rd., across from Lenox Square mall. Details of the burglary concluded that the SUV was robbed of stolen jewelry, a $3,000 Louis Vutton garment bag, furs, a camera and computer equipment. The price tag on all the reported stolen items reached well above $1 million dollars.

Earlier rumors believed that Tameka Foster was behind the deals, as some form of retaliation on their failed marriage, but Foster spoke about those speculations when addressed by “Would I sanction a sex tape being out? Absolutely not,” Foster said. “I am a mother and entrepreneur. Sex tapes or pornography would not be my lane. I have no desire to be seen in that way.” The pair divorced in June 2009.

Chris Brown, whose fighting damage control due to recently leaked nude pictures taken by his cell phone, reacted to the Usher sex tape story. Questioned by ITN paparazzi on if he’d watch it, Brown responded, “Naw, I’m cool.”

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J Matthew Cobb

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