Usher is not letting the drama stop him from putting on a great show.
The “U Got It Bad” singer, 44, seductively serenaded rapper Saweetie during his Las Vegas residency show Friday night.
According to a viral video shared on Twitter, the R&B crooner smoothly sang his hit “There Goes My Baby” to the “My Type” emcee, 30, as he periodically held the mic to Saweetie so she could sing along.
The two-time Grammy nominee put on a busty display for the outing, wearing a plunging butterfly-shaped top that was adorned in black and silver crystals.
While Saweetie’s outfit didn’t cause an uproar from her rumored beau, rapper YG, Keke Palmer wasn’t so lucky.
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After the “Nope” star, 29, was serenaded by Usher earlier this week, her boyfriend, Darius Jackson, took to Twitter to publicly shame the mother of his child over the sheer black Givenchy dress and matching thong bodysuit she wore to the show.
“It’s the outfit tho.. you a mom,” the new dad tweeted Wednesday alongside a viral video of Palmer being serenaded by the Grammy winner.
After fans called out Jackson for being “insecure” and “corny,” the fitness instructor doubled down on his initial statements.
“We live in a generation where a man of the family doesn’t want the wife & mother to his kids to showcase booty cheeks to please others & he gets told how much of a hater he is,” he tweeted.
“This is my family & my representation. I have standards & morals to what I believe. I rest my case.”
After his follow-up remarks were met with even more backlash, Jackson, also 29, temporarily deleted his Twitter account. However, a few hours later, he returned to the platform, sharing a snippet of Kanye West’s verse from Drake’s remix of “Forever.”
Although the “True Jackson, VP” alum did not directly acknowledge her baby daddy’s remarks, she posted a cryptic video on TikTok Friday — and fans think it’s about Jackson.
In the clip, Palmer dances in a white tank top and gray sweatpants as she mouths the words, “You ain’t stopping what’s going on with me, sweetheart. So, if you about to act up, I’m ’bout to link up.”
Additionally, the “Akeelah and the Bee” actress began selling “I’m a Motha” and “Stevie to the bulls–t” merch, ranging in price from $30 to $45.
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