• Meagan Good Receives Major Backlash Over Cleavage-Baring Gown + 7 Of Her Most Risqué Fashion Choices

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    Preacher’s wife Meagan Good walked the red carpet with her goods all out at the 2013 BET Awards. Her low-cut gown left nothing to the imagination and sparked major criticism from the Christian community.

    “That dress is very inappropriate for a minister’s wife. I was shocked,” one Facebook user said.

    Another chimed in: “As a male, girl is fine! I’ve got to be honest. But that is a distraction from her witness. As a minister, there is nothing appropriate about her choice of wardrobe. That is not the example to be setting for Christian young women. Way past too over the top!”

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    Along with walking hand-in-hand with her hubby, Seventh-day Adventist preacher Devon Franklin, Good presented the award for Gospel Artist of the Year. But unfortunately, her revealing dress had more people focused other curves and chest than the gospel singers being honored.

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    “Meagan Good introducing gospel artists.. And is married to a pastor. Which is why I don’t understand this dress,” one person tweeted. Another added, “How is Meagan Good presenting a gospel award with her titties out.”

    When you are as naturally beautiful as Mrs. Good, is it  necessary to turn the sexy all the way up? Especially if you are a preacher’s wife? As an advocate for celibacy and a first lady, perhaps the 31-year-old should consider saving the inappropriate attire for the bedroom.

    But, then again, if her man doesn’t have a problem with it then why should we?

    Tell us your thoughts on Meagan’s dress below, then click through the slides to find 9 of her most risqué fashion choices over the years.

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