An untitled track from Usher's forthcoming album, "Monster," is all about the end of his marriage to Tameka Foster, according to the song's co-writer Sean Garrett.
"Sean Garrett called me to the studio," producer Zaytoven, who's worked on songs for Gucci Mane and OJ Da Juiceman, told MTV News last week in Atlanta. "He called like, 'You've got to come hear this song. I've got a hit.' " Zay went to the studio and heard Garrett's reference vocals on the track, and soon after heard the finished version with Usher's vocals.
"This was awhile ago," Zay said. "This is before there were any reports about Usher's marriage in the news. So I was thinking to myself, 'Is he trying to say something?' I don't know what Usher is going through, but Sean Garrett made a song about filling out papers, divorce papers. The beat, it's got a bounce to it. It's outta here."
Meanwhile, Tameka's friend of 20-plus years Nyeisha DeWitt, an educator and doctoral candidate, was interviewed by Essence.com to set the record straight on all the rumors surrounding the couple's breakup.