‘Glad to See You’re Doing Well’: Greg ‘Dr. G’ Lunceford Back on Social Media After Finalizing Divorce From ‘Married to Medicine’ Star Quad Webb


It took a while, but Dr. Greg Lunceford has finally re-emerged on social media just in time for Halloween — and after the finalization of his divorce from Quad Webb.

The ex-husband of the “Married to Medicine” star posted two photos to Instagram Thursday after nearly a month-long hiatus from the social media site.

Related: The Inside Scoop on Quad Webb

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Greg Lunceford. (Photos: @gregorylunceford/Instagram)

“Halloween was a blast,” Dr. G captioned his first photo. He also uploaded another pic, where he appeared to be a sort of Frankenstein, according to fans’ assumptions.

“You killed the costume. Glad to see you at the District last night. Good Times,” wrote Dr. G’s pal and current “M2M” husband Cecil Whitmore.

“@cecilcwhit thanks man. Epic party 🎈” Lunceford said.

Many of Dr. G’s fans were pleased to see him and were thrilled about his new phase in life.

“@gregorylunceford glad to see you’re doing well. Keep smiling”

“Hi it’s great to see You enjoying Yourself. 🙏🏽”

“One of my favourite cast of m2m. Greetings dr. g all the way from Nigeria.”

Several followers also expressed hope that Dr. G would make a return to the Atlanta-based Bravo series.

“We want you back on the show!”

“You are truly missed on the show I wish you and Miss Quad could have work things out blessings to you you look happy however.”

“Miss you on the show ❤️”

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Quad Webb-Lunceford and Dr.Gregory Lunceford attend Picture Perfect Pup Canine Couture at Westside Cultural Arts Center on Dec. 18, 2013, in Atlanta. (Photo: Moses Robinson/Getty Images for Bravo TV)

It’s the first time the psychiatrist has posted on the platform since his divorce from Webb was made official on Oct. 4. The former couple managed to avoid a trial that would have been held on April 8, 2020, after a final judgment was handed down in the Fulton County Superior Court case.

The update came more than a year after Webb initially filed to divorce Lunceford in May 2018. At the time, she accused her then-husband of “cruel treatment willfully inflicted” upon her, “such as reasonably justified apprehension” for her mental health, and adultery, all of which Lunceford denied.

And after a tense moment on the “Married to Medicine” reunion last season in which each estranged spouse accused the other of abuse, the two have ended their marriage and moved on with their lives.

“Sometimes you never know the value of a moment, until it becomes a memory. 💋” read the caption of a photo Webb uploaded to Instagram the day the divorce was finalized.

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