“It’s the outfit though.. you’re a mom,” he tweeted Wednesday along with a video of the “Nope” star being serenaded by the R&B singer with a version of his hit song “There Goes My Baby.”

Palmer wore a sheer black dress over a thong swimsuit that matched for the event, and she and Usher, 44, held hands during the song.

In one part of the clip, the former “True Jackson, VP” star put her arms around the eight-time Grammy winner’s neck while he sang with his hand on her lower back.


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Palmer hasn’t talked about what her baby daddy said in public.

Page Six asked Palmer’s representative for a response, but did not hear back right away.

After he said that, Jackson’s fans called him “insecure” and “corny.”

“Let’s be real: the real reason you’re mad is that Usher just sang to your girlfriend,” one person wrote.

“It’s stupid to tell a grown woman what she can and can’t wear,” said another.

“Not you, you’re mad as hell because you’re at home with the baby,” a third joked.

“All you have to do is sit down and be quiet, but you can’t even do that. “Insecure ass,” a fourth person wrote on Twitter.

The “Akeelah and the Bee” star, who is 29, and her husband, who is also 29, used to be a fitness teacher. They had their first child, a son named Leodis, in February.

At the time, Palmer shared the good news on Instagram and talked about how their lives had changed in “only 48 hours” since they had become parents.

“We became each other’s someone and made a someone, look at God!” she wrote in her post.

The “Hustlers” actress also posted intimate photos of the couple cuddling their son, whom they named Leo, as well as photos of the baby on his own.

“I’m not hiding the world from my son, I’m hiding my son from the world,” she wrote as the description for the series of photos.

Even though Palmer and Jackson made a very important announcement, they have kept their romance mostly out of the public eye. They met at a party Issa Rae and Diddy threw for Memorial Day in 2021. In August of that year, they made their relationship public on Instagram.

Palmer told Bustle in March 2022 that she didn’t want to “hide” her boyfriend because he made her “the happiest” she had ever been.

“[Keeping our relationship secret is] a lot more work than just living in my life and being in my life,” she said at the time.


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Darius said Wednesday, “I’ll say it again:” “We live in a time when a family man who doesn’t want his wife and the mother of his children to show off their booty cheeks to please other people is called a hater.”

He said, “This is my family and what I stand for, and I’m not sorry.” I have morals and standards that guide what I believe. I’m done arguing.”

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