Meagan Good is a religious Christian and is even the spouse of a preacher. Nevertheless, she not too long ago admitted that she doesn’t take pleasure in going to church for one particular cause.
Throughout a latest look on D.L. Hughley’s radio present, the actress revealed that she hardly ever attends church service due to the criticism she has obtained all through the years from different Christians.
“I do [go to church]. Not on a regular basis although, as a result of, if I am being fully trustworthy, my expertise with some church of us has not been that constructive,” she mentioned. “It is unlucky as a result of we’re imagined to be the largest lovers. And it is like, even in case you disagree with somebody or you do not assume what they’re doing is true, you are imagined to thoughts your personal enterprise and pray for that particular person. Different instances, you are imagined to right in love if that is what God informed you to do. And there was no correction in love. It was like a whole assault.”
The actress, who married Seventh-day Adventist preacher and movie producer DeVon Franklin in 2012, has spoken out about a number of members of her religion rejecting her since she married a person of the material. She’s defended herself over them criticizing her for her wardrobe, hairstyles and on-screen intercourse scenes, to call a couple of.
One one who has no downside along with her often steamy on-screen roles is her pastor hubby.
“You recognize what’s attention-grabbing about him is, I will name him and be like, ‘OK, honey. I am about to do that intercourse scene,’ and he’ll simply be like, ‘OK, effectively, simply make it look actual, ‘trigger you really need the viewers to root for you. You need them to care in regards to the relationship,'” she mentioned. “That is what’s gonna drive the film by means of, so he is like, ‘Simply get into it.'”
Watch her communicate extra on her “unlucky” expertise “with some church of us” and her husband’s unwavering assist of her profession regardless of what his congregation might imagine, beneath: