Meagan Good Admits ‘Every Friends’ Advised Her Against Dating Jonathan Majors

Meagan Good and Jonathan Majors attend Tyler Perry's "Divorce In The Black" New York Premiere at Regal Times Square on July 08, 2024 in New York City.
NEW YORK, NEW YORK – JULY 08: (L-R) Meagan Good and Jonathan Majors attend Tyler Perry’s “Divorce In The Black” New York Premiere at Regal Times Square on July 08, 2024 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Meagan Good reveals that all her friends advised her against dating Jonathan Majors.

While promoting her latest movie “Divorce in the Black,” Good shared that her friends had strong opinions against her relationship.

During the interview with TODAY, Good explains, “I take everyone’s opinion and advice into account, for sure, but at the end of the day, I’m the one who has to live my life,” Meagan admitted.

“I’m the one who has to get to Heaven one day, prayerfully, and give God an account of what I did. So, I want to be responsible for the choices that I make. I also want to live the life that I want to live.”

She continued: “At the end of the day, one thing I know is that I can always look myself in the mirror when I trust my spirit when I trust God, when I ask God, when I move to the beat of my own drum — I can always look and say, ‘I’m proud of that,’” she explained. “Whatever happens, I have peace in my heart and I have harmony in my heart.” 

Jonathan Majors previously spoke about his relationship with the actress. He said she stood by his side throughout his whole trial. He says of their relationship, “she’s an angel. She’s held me down like a Coretta [Scott King]. I’m so blessed to have her.”

We previously reported that a New York jury found Jonathan Majors guilty of assault in the third degree and guilty of harassment. Majors was convicted of two out of the four charges against him.

Following the verdict, Majors says he was “was absolutely shocked and afraid.” “How is that possible? Based off the evidence, based off the prosecution’s evidence, let alone our evidence,” Majors said.

He was sentenced to a 52-week domestic violence intervention program, and avoided jail time.