Tameka Foster-Raymond is remembering her son Kile Glover in a big way. On what would have been his 12th birthday, the now mother of four celebrated the launch of “Kile’s World,” a foundation in her late son’s honor.
The ex-wife of Usher tweeted that the goal of the organization “is to increase water safety- through implementing laws, policies & education.” She added that it will also “offer art-based camps with multiple workshops including general instruction in the areas of acting, singing, dance, painting, illustration, music production and digital media.”
According to reports, Tameka held the event at the Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta, and she was joined by her four sons, “Big Rich Atlanta” stars Brie Rowe and Sharlinda Parker and Bow Wow’s mother Teresa Caldwell.
As the foundation grows, Tameka said she hopes it will eventually turn into a magnet school for the arts. “Kile’s passing will not be in vain, we will see to this,” she said.
The 11-year-old was killed by a jet ski accident while riding on an inner tube at a Atlanta lake last year.