In the 2012 flick “Think Like a Man,” the character Mya is strict when it comes to her “90-day rule,” making any man wait three months before getting intimate.
It’s something that Meagan Good, the actress who portrayed Mya, can relate to — and then some. In 2010, Good ditched her party-girl lifestyle and became a born-again Christian, at the same time vowing to remain celibate until marriage.
She was chaste for two years, until she married Seventh-day Adventist pastor DeVon Franklin — a journey they recall in their upcoming book, “The Wait: A Powerful Practice for Finding the Love of Your Life and the Life You Love” (Howard Books, out Tuesday).
“I was a very destructive person and I struggled with that a lot,” Good, now 34, tells The Post of her younger days. A child actress who made her film debut in 1995’s “Friday,” she found herself rebelling. “I was always being told what to do. If I felt bad about something, I would drink. That is how I got started with smoking too.”...Read more at NY POST