Usher, Tameka Foster

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Usher's celebritiy pals are taking to Twitter with their prayers and concern for the singer's ex-wife Tameka Foster's son, who is in critical condition after a Jet-Ski accident Saturday at Lake Lanier in Georgia. 

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That's where 11-year-old Kyle Glover was reportedly sitting in an inner tube, which was being pulled by a boat on the lake, along with an unidentified 15-year-old girl, when they were struck in the head by a Jet Ski being driven by a 38-year-old man, according to Department of Natural Resources Sgt. Mike Burgamy.

"On Friday afternoon, a pontoon boat was pulling an 11-year-old male and 15-year-old girl on an inner tube when a Jet Ski ran over the two children," Georgia Department of Natural Resources spokesperson Robin Hill told E! News.

The two victims were air-lifted to Children's Healthcare at Egelston Hospital in Atlanta. 

Although Usher and Tameka are currently battling it out with their divorce and custody battles, the R&B singer reportedly chartered a jet for Tameka to fly to her injured son's side. 

While more details have yet to surface, Usher's pals including music mogul Russell Simmons and singer Fantasia have offered the singer and his family support through Twitter.

Russell tweeted: "Praying that Usher and Tameka's son is OK..."

While Fantasia offered: "Everyone PLEASE pray for Usher and Tameka's son! This is the time they really need your prayers!"  

Burgamy reportedly told Atlanta NBC TV station 11 Alive that it is too early to tell if any charges will be filed, but that alcohol was not a factor in the accident.
The accident is still under investigation.

-Reporting by Marcus Mulick

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