Dropped by Miss Quad, Dr. Greg Has Apparently Dropped Pounds for Muscle


It looks like that running Dr. Greg Lunceford has been doing is paying off!

The estranged husband of Quad Webb-Lunceford recently uploaded a photo on Instagram with Atlanta-based promoter Mr. Ivy. The psychiatrist looked noticeably svelte in the Feb. 18 post, and fans certainly took note.

“Much fortune and success @iammrivy. Great night,” Lunceford captioned the photo of the pair outside O2 Lounge in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood on Saturday, Feb. 16. It appears the doc came through the party, which was hosted by “Love and Hip Hop: New York” star Jaquae, to support the event that Mr. Ivy promoted.

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Dr. Greg Lunceford (left) and promoter Mr. Ivy. (Photo: @gregorylunceford/Instagram)

Followers of the “Married to Medicine” staple immediately began complimenting Lunceford on his new appearance.

“Looking great Dr. G keep it up.”

“God bless you Dr. Gee you look healthy and like shedded some pounds and changed it into muscle instead. You appear much happier and focused. Remember God will place more on you than you can bear.”

“Looking good Greg!❤️❤️🙏”

During part three of the season 6 “Married to Medicine” reunion, Quad complimented his appearance and later noted she “heard you’ve been running around the neighborhood.”

“A couple times,” Dr. G responded.

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Quad Webb-Lunceford, Dr. G’s ex, attends Bowling For Humphries, hosted by Takeo Spikes and The NFL Legends Community at Midtown Bowl on January 30, 2019 in Atlanta. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

But it seems like it’s been more than twice that the doc has gotten up and got moving.

In the months since his wife filed to divorce him, Dr. G has also been doing other things to reinvent himself.

Recently, he appeared on the “Dear Black Men” talk show discussing his life, and he announced in January that he’s mulling the idea of making a series about treatments for depression.

“I was wondering what you all out there would think about a series that deals with clinical depression where we took people who had this issue and we treated them from a clinical perspective, a nutritional perspective, a lifestyle modification perspective,” he said in a video on his Instagram page. “What you all think about seeing a program like that? Let me know.”

The doc noted in the accompanying caption that the show won’t be “sad or boring but informative and inspirational.”

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