The drama is hot in Season 6 of Married to Medicine, and one big part of that is because of the issues between a distant Quad Webb-Lunceford and her estranged husband, Dr. Gregory Lunceford. They’ve dealt with a cheating scandal (he went back to a hotel with another woman who exposed him), can’t seem to speak to one another like mature adults, and they’ve gone back and forth about who doesn’t do enough of one thing or another for the other. In the premiere of Season 6 on Sunday, things were so bad that they were living under the same roof but doing everything in their power to completely avoid coming into contact with each other.
Well, that was filmed months ago, and since then, she’s filed for divorce, moved out (and taken a gang of furniture with her) and focused on her career, being one of the hosts of the TV One talk show Sister Circle. But there hasn’t been real resolution between she and Dr. G to either fix things or end them because according to her, he’s stalling.
On an episode of the talk show from this week, Quad called Dr. G out by name and said that if he wanted to continue being disrespectful and pretending to be a single man, he should go right on ahead and sign and file the divorce papers.
“And still very disrespectful he is. Get your paperwork done, sir. Let’s get this done,” she said among the group of shocked ladies in a clip obtained by The Jasmine Brand.
“Here’s the thing, if you want to live single, you’ve got to do the work to be single,” she continued. “Hear me when I say what I say to you Dr. G: If you want to be single, you’re living single right now with your ‘trips’ and everything, but let me tell you this, if you want to be single, do the paperwork so you can be single. Mines is in. Let’s go!”
We don’t know about single, but Dr. G has been living pretty free and happy, or as he says, his “best life,” despite the divorce drama.
Since both parties seem to be doing better during their estrangement, hopefully they will complete the paperwork and peacefully go through this divorce process so they can truly live their best lives as truly single people.