Meagan Good: You'll Take This Cleavage and You'll Praise the Lord For It!


Have you heard that breasts are anti-Christian? Well, actress Meagan Good is all too familiar with some in the African American church community who don’t appreciate her sexy, cleavage-friendly religious walk all down these red carpets for “Anchorman 2.”

For example, her extremely low cut Michael Costello gown at this summer’s BET Awards attracted comments like this:

Here is the infamous blue BET Awards dress, as well as a cream sequined follow-up from last week’s Anchorman 2 premiere.

To be fair, Good’s cleavage is bold. This was her response to critics earlier this year via JustTheFab:

Regardless of what anybody thinks, I have a personal relationship with God. We talk and we speak and I don’t feel convicted about it and so I have to do what’s in my heart and I can’t allow people to manipulate my direction. […] I’m getting sexy and all that, but there is a way to do it, there is a classy way to do everything and there is nothing wrong with being sexy or having sex appeal and I think that I am definitely going to be someone who is boldly going to go out to the masses and be someone who says, ‘ Look! Women, it’s OK to do this, that, and the other,’ because I don’t like [how] sometimes people who are religious will try and force everyone into a box and judge them.

And in case you’re wondering ‘Who cares if Meagan Good is being sexy? She’s an actress!’ it is because of her one and a half year marriage to DeVon Franklin, a handsome Seventh Day Adventist preacher and Hollywood producer. Now Mrs. Good is betwixt and between the Hollywood ethos of ‘Keep it sexy!’, the church ethos of ‘Cover it up with a prayer cloth!’ and whatever comprises she and her stylist’s fashion sense. I can only imagine the struggle on those personal shopping trips. That is unless Good is telling us with her many cleavage-happy outfits that we all need to celebrate our respective hotness because, didn’t God create all this sumptuous glory anyway?

Images via Getty

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Share Tweet Submit Pin