DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good have announced their divorce — and Twitter is in shambles.
On Tuesday (Dec. 21), the pair, who have been married for over nine years, disclosed that they were going their separate ways. “After much prayer and consideration, we have decided to go into our futures separately but forever connected,” Good and Franklin shared in a joint statement to People.
“We are incredibly grateful for the life-changing years we’ve spent together as husband and wife. We are also extremely thankful to God for the testimony being created inside us both and for blessing our lives with each other,” the pair added.
After news of their divorce surfaced on social media, a lot of people celebrated Good being a single woman again, while others were shocked that Franklin was the one to file the paperwork to end their marriage.
I hate relationships ending but good Lord I was sick of pastor wife Meagan Good, BRING BACK THE BADDIE pic.twitter.com/bCguXLYrqe
— Nikita 🇯🇲🇻🇨 (@Kitakartel) December 21, 2021
“Got damn! First, the Curry’s are in an open relationship,” tweeted @SweetCheeks1122. “Now Meagan Good’s husband filed for divorce?! Tabloids are lit on this fine afternoon.”
Got damn! First the Curry's are in an open relationship. Now Meagan Good's husband filed for divorce ?! Tabloids are lit on this fine afternoon
— Miss Princess 🇿🇦🇧🇼 (@SweetCheeks1122) December 21, 2021
Social media user @MsBri256 wrote, “I’m so shocked by DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good divorcing… but even more shocked that HE filed.”
I’m so shocked by DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good divorcing… but even more shocked that HE filed. pic.twitter.com/qw8BzsdIXm
— 👑 Brianna Nicole 👑 (@MsBri256) December 21, 2021
“Not Devon divorcing Meagan Good,” tweeted @elle_woods2. “This is why I don’t immerse myself in the ‘celebrity couple goals’ narrative. We don’t know these folks.”
Not Devon divorcing Meagan Good. This is why I don’t immerse myself in the “celebrity couple goals” narrative. We don’t know these folks!
— LUcifer (@elle_woods2) December 21, 2021
Twitter user @UptownC_Rich wrote, “Me on the way to DM Meagan Good shooting my shot after finding out that she’s getting divorced.”
Me on the way to DM Meagan Good shooting my shot after finding out that she’s getting divorced pic.twitter.com/xN2xa72g9e
— Rich (@UptownDC_Rich) December 21, 2021
Check out more Twitter reactions about Franklin and Good’s divorce below.
Me explaining to Meagan Good why we should be together pic.twitter.com/wT8ALtsmNC
— nwosparrow (@nwosparrow) December 21, 2021
Meagan Good Single?
— Forever Trill🇳🇬 🇰🇪 🇧🇸 (@mccauley713) December 21, 2021
When you hear Meagan Good is single 👀 pic.twitter.com/BHpIKeoCA5
— David (@thatguydavid718) December 21, 2021
Meagan Good was eating a nigga ass in her new TV role and Devon Franklin said I’ve had enough.
— jhi like yea (@glennybwoy) December 21, 2021
Meagan Good bout to get a divorce?? let me clean up real quick pic.twitter.com/CwJk1NyQgE
— Rob Dee🇵🇦 (@DeeRob305) December 21, 2021
When the word got out that Meagan Good is about to be single. pic.twitter.com/k5inUarPdu
— andrew gardner (@AndrewLGardner) December 21, 2021
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