Jonathan Majors openly refers to his girlfriend Meagan Good as “ma’am.”
A. Video shared on X caught Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania the star is calling Shazam: Wrath of the Gods The 42-year-old actress is at the Congressional Black Caucus’ eighth annual Black and White Gala, co-hosted by Good and Larenz Tate, in Washington, D.C., on Saturday.
“We’re so happy to be here with you tonight, celebrating us, celebrating the moves we’ve made, celebrating the way we love and support each other, the way we’re changing the world. Let’s have fun!” Good, 42, addressed the crowd in the clip.
“There are so many beautiful Black faces. I love us y’all! We are so beautiful! That’s all I have. I’m happy to be here and I love you all!” He said before handing it over to the majors. “Baby, do you want to say something?”
Majors, 36, said into the microphone: “You all heard the lady, so that’s it.”
It remains unclear what Majors meant when he referred to Good as “ma’am.”
Neither Majors nor Good’s rep responded to PEOPLE’s request for comment.
Marvel actor and Harlem The star, who finalized her divorce from DeVon Franklin in June 2022 after nine years of marriage, was first romantically linked in May, as PEOPLE confirmed at the time that the two were dating.
“Meagan and Jonathan have been friends for a while,” a source told PEOPLE on May 15. “Meagan showed him considerable support. It seems their relationship only improved from that point.”
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News of their romance came as Majors was accused of physically assaulting a woman while she was getting into a taxi in New York in March.
Court documents from the Manhattan district attorney’s office and obtained by PEOPLE allege Majors “[struck the victim] “He was brought close to the face with an open hand, causing severe pain and a laceration behind his ear.”
Majors’ attorney, Priya Chaudhry, said in March that her client “completely denies assaulting the woman.” Chaudhry also claimed that the woman involved was not honest about her version of events.
“Yet this sham trial continues, the woman’s alleged location changes and her story changes,” Chaudhry told PEOPLE in a statement following the hearing on May 9. said. “This is a witch hunt based on baseless allegations against Jonathan Majors. Instead of dismissing the allegations in the face of the woman’s blatant lies, the prosecutor adjusted the charges to fit the woman’s new lies.”
Chaudhry told PEOPLE: Faith III Star filed her own domestic violence complaint in late June, saying the time she spent with the alleged victim was a “permanent nightmare in their relationship.”
Chaudhry added: “The real victim of this shameful ordeal, Jonathan Majors, had his life, career and reputation shattered over the course of four excruciating months. Yet he remains unwavering in his determination to recover from this heartbreaking ordeal.”
“It’s definitely not the best situation, but they’re letting him make his own decisions,” a source close to Good told PEOPLE at the time amid Majors’ legal troubles.
“It was a little surprising to see him go away [Franklin]Faith is at the heart of their marriage to Jon, but it’s also understandable why after being with the same person for so long and things not working out, she would choose someone completely different,” the insider added.