After their emotional face-to-face on the “Married to Medicine” reunion, Dr. Gregory Lunceford and Quad Webb-Lunceford have continued to go their separate ways. And fans are urging the separated spouses to become their best selves, hoping Dr. G will fall in love and Miss Quad will get a reality show of her own.
On Jan. 20, Lunceford uploaded a selfie to Instagram hoping his fans have enjoyed their weekend.
But many decided to use the post as an opportunity to encourage Lunceford to find the kind of love he deserves.
“Praying for you too find Mrs. Right this time. And not your money.If a woman truly loves you she will do anything to make u happy.Find one too have those babies.Good luck Greg 😍”
“Prayers that you find yourself in a much better relationship with someone who love you not your finances.”
“@gregorylunceford How are you coping Dr. Greg. Pray you find someone that will make you happy. I really don’t think you’re a bad person and pray for good thing’s to come your way. Good luck.”
Lunceford and Webb-Lunceford’s marriage ended after allegations that the MD cheated on his wife. But the pair disclosed during their sit-down with Andy Cohen that things weren’t all peachy inside their Atlanta home either. Both spouses accused the other of physical violence against each another.
“You drug me through the house, you ruined my knee, yes,” Webb-Lunceford said. “And I still have pain from that. You put your hand over my nose and my mouth one time, trying to suffocate me.”
“There were times when we got too physical, but I never, never felt good about it,” her husband replied. “It hurt me to my heart, it hurt me to my soul. She has always been very very violent. … You pulled a knife on me.”
But now those days are firmly behind the couple, and Webb-Lunceford has begun living her best life since leaving her husband. On Jan. 21, she uploaded a photo to her Instagram page soaking up some pool time with pal Cristina Crown Jones.
“You already know how we coming!!!” the M2M star said.
After reviewing Miss Quad’s lavish celebration, fans have been calling for Bravo to give her a show all her own aside from “Married to Medicine.”
“@absolutelyquad @bravotv please give Quad her “own” show! It will be epic! 🙏🏽👸🏽💃🏾🤳🏽🏃🏾♀️💅🏽👜👗👠👙🍾🎬🛫🛬🛳🏖🛣🎥”
“@absolutelyquad you need your own show!!! 😘”
“Y’all need a show together! Didn’t she have one? Is she the chick that own fabric? Was a cute show.”
Aside from “M2M,” Webb-Lunceford has been keeping busy with “Sister Circle” and has a cookbook that will be released in May.