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“I was a very destructive person and I struggled with that a lot,” Good, now 34, tells The Post of her younger days. That is how I got started with smoking too.” She had a string of romantic liaisons throughout her teens and early 20s, including Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, Nick Cannon, Jamie Foxx and former Kansas City Chiefs running back Thomas Jones — but it wasn’t until one of her beaus cheated on her that Good began to consider celibacy.A child actress who made her film debut in 1995’s “Friday,” she found herself rebelling. “I no longer wanted to be a girlfriend, I wanted a husband,” she says."And then I was worried that they were going to cheat or the relationship was going to end or whatever, and what happened was the relationship ended anyway." That's when Good decided to become a born-again virgin -- which, coincidentally, was a choice Franklin had already committed to in light of his ministry.Still, it wasn't easy for them to suppress their physical attraction for each other.
My dad's mother's Puerto Rican and black, and his father was from Barbados." She first gained critical recognition for her performance as the troubled teen Cisely Batiste in Kasi Lemmons' 1997 film Eve's Bayou; she received two award nominations, including her first NAACP Image Award nomination.Good, who comes from a religious family, began reading the Bible and praying at home to reconnect with God.“When God spoke to me, I just knew nothing could deter me from that path.” Months later, Good began filming 2011’s “Jumping the Broom,” and became close to one of the Columbia Pictures studio executives: Franklin.It was more about he needs to be what God told him to be and I need to not be the person that messes that up. — Meagan Good Our wedding night will be the first time we’re actually together. He loves God, more than I love God, so I don’t think there’s anything wrong [with him].— Meagan Good I said, ‘Alright Lord, let’s see what you have for me.
PICS: Surprising Celeb Hookups "It was very tough," Good shared.