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Lisa Bonet spoke of wading in a river of "uncertainty" before announcing her split from husband Jason Momoa in a joint statement on Instagram this week.

The 54-year-old "Cosby Show" veteran spoke with actress Marisa Tomei for Interview magazine on Dec. 21. She hinted at trouble in paradise.

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"Definitely learning how to be authentically me, learning to be new, and following this invitation from the universe to step into this river of uncertainty," Lisa said. "We've eliminated all this extra noise, and now it's time to grow our roots deeper into our own values."

According to OK magazine, the couple split quietly in early 2021 and were living apart for months before announcing their amicable breakup.

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"The last time that the two had been spotted was at the Tom Ford AW20 Show in February 2020. Since then, Momoa had been photographed spending large amounts of time hanging out with friends in his native Hawaii as he continued to film Aquaman 2. Bonet had reportedly not been spotted on set or in the paradise state at all."

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In their joint statement, Lisa and Jason, 42, said, "We have all felt the squeeze and changes of these transformational times. A revolution is unfolding and our family is of no exception… feeling and growing from the seismic shifts occurring."

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Lisa and Jason share 2 children, a son named Nakoa-Wolf, 13, and a daughter, Lola, 14. Lisa also has a daughter, Zoe Kravitz, 33, from her first marriage to rocker Lenny Kravitz.

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Lisa Bonet and Jason Momoa released a joint statement on Wednesday announcing their breakup after 16 years together.

The statement posted on the "Aquaman" star's Instagram page read:

"We have all felt the squeeze and changes of these transformational times... A revolution is unfolding ~ and our family is of no exception... feeling and growing from the seismic shifts occurring. And so ~ We share our Family news ~ That we are parting ways in marriage."

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They added: "as we go about our lives we may do so with dignity and honesty. The love between us carries on, evolving in ways it wishes to be known and lived. We free each other ~ to be who we are learning to become... Our devotion unwavering to this sacred life and our Children."

Jason, 42, and Lisa, 54, began dating after they met at a jazz club in 2005. She gave Momoa a ride home, and they stopped at a cafe along the way.

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"I can't say it was full-on from the moment we saw each other, but we have been together from the day we met," she told Porter magazine in 2018. "...In that moment, love came and it came big, and he did not run as I think a lot of men do. ... He basically picked me up and threw me over his shoulder, caveman style!"

The couple tied the knot in 2017. They share a son named Nakoa-Wolf Namakaeha, 13, and a daughter named Lola, 14.

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Lisa is best known for her role as Denise Huxtable in TV sitcom "The Cosby Show." She is the mother of actress Zoe Kravitz (right) from her first marriage to musician Lenny Kravitz (2nd from right).

Jason is best known for his roles as "Aquaman" and Khal Drogo in "Game of Thrones."

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Ryan Oubre wrote a lengthy Instagram post explaining why he divorced "Married at First Sight" star Clara Berghaus in July.

Oubre, who married flight attendant Clara on season 12, began his statement by saying he's "not here to debate anyone's feelings or emotions" and that "getting married to a stranger is indescribable."

While he stopped short of calling Berghaus a racist, Oubre suggested she was disrespectful of the Black culture.

"You can't truly be open to marry another race and not want to marry their culture (or at least at the minimum understand it)," he wrote, adding that the "Black experience and Black culture are not monolithic" and are "ever-evolving and ever-changing with time."

He added:

"What I can say is: walking into a family gathering and not speaking to anyone and scrolling through your phone will never fly and declining food (outside of a food allergy or avoidance) because you don't like the way it looks won't help either...

"by marrying into a different race/culture you inherently adopt parts of their identity" and "most importantly, your kids 100% will, and your kids will need you to help navigate it."

He wrote, "it's possible (all too often) to not be racist, while still being completely unaware" and that it is an "example of not understanding Black America."

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Dr Dre escaped his failed marriage to Nicole Threatt Young with most of his fortune intact.

The mega producer is reportedly "delighted" that his ex-wife is only getting a fraction of his $800 million estate.

According to TMZ, Dre agreed to pay Nicole $100 million -- $50 million now, and $50 million a year from now.

The divorce settlement won't put a dent in Dre's estimated net worth of $820 million.

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Nicole is reportedly upset that she didn't get half of Dre's total net worth. Fortunately for Dre, he had an ironclad prenup that she tried -- and failed -- to contest.

Dre gets to keep 7 of the properties they own, including a Malibu home, 2 homes in Calabasas, and 4 properties in the L.A. area, including the $100 million Brentwood estate.

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In addition, Dre gets full rights to his master recordings, trademarks and interests in various partnerships and trusts. He also keeps all of their Apple stocks, which includes the proceeds from the sale of Beats by Dre.

In addition to 4 cars, she gets to keep jewelry, cash and bank accounts that she had maintained during the marriage.

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Going forward, Nicole must pay her own legal fees. The final bill amounts to millions of dollars.

Sources tell TMZ that Nicole could have walked away with a bigger slice of Dre's empire had she settled a year ago. "She could have even been on the field for the Super Bowl halftime show as a friendly ex-wife," the source said.

The final settlement means Nicole will not get spousal support -- something she hotly contested during the bitter divorce.

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Meagan Good took steps to heal herself emotionally and physically after breaking up with her husband of 9 years, Pastor DeVon Franklin.

Like all relationships based on sexual attraction, problems arose once the chemistry faded.
 
READ ALSO: How To Keep Intimacy Alive When the Dopamine Phase Ends
 

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Rumor has it that Good and Franklin cheated throughout their marriage. But they always prayed on it and reconciled.

In his divorce filing, Pastor Franklin, 43, said the couple separated in April and their marital bonds were irretrievably broken.

In an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle, Good said she stopped drinking alcohol and sought mental therapy when her world collapsed. The Jumping the Broom star said she found her strength in the bottom of a liquor bottle. But she knew getting drunk every day wasn't the answer.

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The 40-year-old actress told Yahoo Lifestyle her mental health was her priority.

"It's everything. As I've gotten older, I can pinpoint the things I haven't dealt with. I was like, you need to look under the hood, you need a good therapist, you need to take time to make sure that your well-being and your spirit is your priority."

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"This year I took a moment — [turning] 40 was about to happen. Around April, I stopped drinking and really leaned into therapy. I got very intentional about [wellness] because I wanted to go into 40 with peace of mind, with unexplainable joy, with more sense of self and a wholeness. I have a tendency to jump over things or go around them, instead of walking through them, and this year it was about walking through things and having those days when you’re grieving something from 15 or 20 years ago. Really walking through it."
 

Do you have any small self-care rituals to help you reset?

"I try to hit the reset button every morning internationally: I breathe, I pray. I make it a point not to touch my phone. I'll put on gospel or uplifting music, something to give me strength. As the day goes on and if I'm in a moment where I'm stressed out, I'll take a beat and steal away somewhere. I'll go into myself and just breathe and pray; I'll find that peace and reset my brain. Everything else can wait for five minutes."

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What's your mantra for life?

"My authenticity is my superpower. There's something beautiful about knowing there's no one in the world like you. When you're not authentic, you're in trouble because you're not in alignment with who you are. When you're truly authentic, we bring the right people into our lives."

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Men around the world are eager to shoot their shot at newly single actress Meagan Good. Meagan's estranged husband, Pastor DeVon Franklin filed for divorce from the "Harlem" star after 9 years of marriage.

DeVon confirms their marriage ended long before he finally filed his divorce action.

"After much prayer and consideration, we have decided to go into our futures separately but forever connected," the couple told People.

Los Angeles, CA  - Producer DeVon Franklin and Meagan Good grab dinner at Mastro's after attending the premiere of Columbia Pictures The Star at Regency Village Theatre.

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According to legal documents obtained by The Blast, DeVon cites "irreconcilable differences" for the split. They were married on June 16, 2012.

He said they lived separately for about 4 months before his divorce action.

Sources say both parties cheated on each other constantly over the years. But the two always prayed on it and reconciled.

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Within hours of the divorce announcement, men around the world began sliding into Meagan's social media DMs offering to pray with her. She is still the reigning queen of KING magazine covers, having sold more covers than any other Hollywood starlet.

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According to Black Sports Online, the men are welcoming the gorgeous 40-year-old back to the streets. They say she is still fine as wine and sweet as chocolate.

One man asked, "Is it too early to shoot my shot?"

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Latin heartthrob Marc Anthony is unlucky at Love again. Anthony is divorcing his wife, Shannon De Lima, after 2 years of marriage, the NY Daily News reports.

The union produced no children.

Anthony, 48, announced the split last month. The marriage is said to be "irretrievably broken".

The Latin singer and the 28-year-old Venezuelan model married in 2014 after a whirlwind courtship.

He and Jennifer Lopez, 47, divorced after 10 years of marriage. They have twins -- a girl and a boy -- together.

Anthony is also father to a daughter with ex-girlfriend Debbie Rosado and shares 2 sons with Miss Universe 1993 Dayanara Torres.

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Songbird Mary J. Blige is pulling out the big guns in her bitter divorce battle with former manager Martin "Kendu" Isaacs. Blige, 45, filed for divorce from Isaacs, 47, in July. She cited the usual irreconcilable differences and infidelity.

But Isaacs retaliated by demanding $130,000 a month in living expenses from Blige, claiming he had no other source of income during their 9 years as husband and wife.

In newly filed documents, Blige accused Isaacs of fraudulently cheating her out of $420,000 in falsely claimed business expenses.

WENN.com -- The singer has filed new documents claiming Isaacs, who was fired as her manager shortly before she filed for divorce, “fleeced her out of” $420,000 by claiming business expenses that had nothing to do with her career, according to TMZ.com.

She has also accused Isaacs of failing to return three luxury cars that had been leased under her company’s name. A Range Rover was supposed to be returned in February, she wants a Mercedes C300 back and is allowing him to keep the Mercedes SL550.

The "Family Affair" star further alleges he is refusing to return a Grammy trophy to her as well as other “achievement awards”.

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Whoever handles public relations for estranged couple T.I. and Tameka "Tiny" Harris is getting paid overtime.

As my loyal readers know, T.I., 36, and Tiny, 41, have been separated for a while now. In fact, Tameka left the rapper and moved her brood into a fabulous mansion overlooking a serene golf course.

But if you believe their PR rep, T.I. and Tiny are not separated and “plans for divorce is not on the table,” they're just playing house in a different property every night.

"They are always up and down,” a source tells Gossip Cop blog.

“They’re as much together and apart as they’ve always been.' In fact, contrary to claims, T.I. and Tiny 'don’t’ live separately.' But since the musician owns multiple properties, where they stay on any given night varies."

Right. We should ignore our lying eyes and ignore the fact that Tameka lives in one home while T.I. lives in another.

One rumor that should die is that T.I. has outside children with a groupie. That's a lie.

Kudos to T.I. and Tiny for making their children their priority and providing a stable and loving environment for them despite the separation. Have you ever seen a happier group of children?