Do You Agree With DeVon Franklin? ‘Acting Married When You’re Not Can Set You Up For Heartbreak’

by Krystal Franklin

July 23, 2018

Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney

DeVon Franklin is famously known for sweeping one of black Hollywood’s most desirable women off her feet and putting a ring on it. Since then the movie executive and husband to Meagan Good has been very vocal about love and relationships and what they both say work and don’t work.

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In 2015 the pair released The Wait, a book that chronicled their journey to marriage, including their decision to be celibate. Since then they’ve become the go-to for all things love, sex and relationships.

Last week Franklin took to social media to encourage both men and women to stop acting married when they’re actually not.

His post started a rather interesting dialogue online. There were those that agreed and then there were those that only justified marriage as a legal binding contract and that two people can still be husband and wife, without marriage.

TELL US: What are your thoughts on his message?

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