Usher, known for his song "Good Good," served as a role model in R&B music, overseeing the development of a future superstar.

Usher responded to allegations that he formerly worked as Beyoncé's nanny, stating that he played more of a "chaperone" role.

Usher had a role as a teenager in the musical ensemble The Dolls, which made their first appearance in Atlanta.

Usher clarified that his role was to ensure the children did not engage in any misbehavior while in the home.

He shared his first interaction with Beyoncé during her preadolescent years on the UK radio program Capital Breakfast With Roman Kemp.

Usher admired the exceptional quality in all members of Destiny's Child, including Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Roberson.

Usher expressed his deep respect for the legendary female group and admired their collective growth and prosperity.