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Usher & Jermaine Dupri Have A Blast In The Music Studio As Singer Moves Past Herpes Ordeal

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Aug. 17 2017, Updated 4:22 p.m. ET

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Usher is focused on his wallet! After weeks of scrutiny, after being blasted for allegedly having sex with a woman without disclosing he has herpes, the singer is back out in public, even performing shows! More importantly, he's back in the studio.

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The 38-year-old is ready to make a comeback as a sex symbol, and hung out in the studio with Jermaine Dupri shortly after they were seen by a coffee shop in West Hollywood.

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The two have a long history, as Jermaine is a music mogul and founder of So So Def records, and they have been working on a new album together despite Usher’s drama.

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Usher herpes scandal
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As previously reported, Usher has been sued by three women and 1 man, who have accused him of allegedly having an STD. He has not released any statement about the controversy, even after one of the reported victims, Quantasia Sharpton held a press conference in New York City saying he hit on her after she attended one of his concerts several years ago.

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Though she has since tested negative for herpes after their alleged encounter, she said, “I was upset by the reports because I would have never consented if I would have known. I would not have taken a risk of getting an incurable disease. My health is really important to me. I feel that my rights were violated.”

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Usher herpes scandal
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But according to reports, that never happened, and he has no plans on settling the lawsuit.

Usher herpes scandal
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What are your thoughts on Usher moving forward with his life? Do you think he is still a sex symbol? Let us know in the comments section.

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