DeVon said he has no ill will for Meagan’s situation because he knows if he puts that out there, he would receive it back.
…If I had that perspective, whatever I’m putting out that’s what’s coming back.
So, I’m not putting out… I don’t have any ill will to anyone, in that regard, because I don’t have any ill will toward myself, in that regard.
So, no, there’s no hate.
“Breakfast Club” host Charlamagne then challenged DeVon saying there’s got to be some emotions… I don’t know if hate is the right word or upset is the right word, but there has to be something.
DeVon admitted that there are feelings. He said he would leave it at that.
Watch the clip of the DeVon Franklin interview from “The Breakfast Club” below:
DeVon Franklin is a producer, author, and motivational speaker.
He and Meagan Good wrote a New York Times best-seller book called The Wait while they were married.
The book was about how waiting for everything, from dating to sex, can transform relationships, allowing you to find a deep connection based on patience, trust, and faith.
DeVon and Meagan announced their divorce in December 2021 after nine years of marriage.
Devon Franklin and Meagan Good’s divorce was finalized in June 2022.