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7 Black TV Couples Who Were Relationship Goals in the 90s

These couples were #relationshipgoals way before the hashtag

Relationship goals have become a way to describe couples who we admire for their love and affection for each other on social media. But, way before the hashtag, viewers everywhere tuned in each week to see these couples who still remain #relationshipgoals for many.

1. Laura & Stefan

Before Blerds were cool, Stefan was the next best thing. Besides being as smart as Steve was, he was charming, handsome,  and definitely had all the girls swooning every time he made an appearance on the show.

2. Myra and Steve

Myra and Steve were the perfect Blerdy couple.  Both were super smart and adorably goofy together, but most of all, their love for each showed everytime they were near each other.

3. Martin and Gina

Martin and Gina were probably the most popular Black TV couple of the 90’s.  From Martin’s arrogance and hilarity to Gina’s whiny voice and Big Ass Head, this couple was #relationshipgoals during the show’s entire run.

4. Moesha & Q

Why do the good girls always want the bad boys?  Moesha and Q definitely had their ups and downs, but isn’t that always how first loves go?

5. Overton & Sinclaire

Overton and Sinclair were probably the most awkward couple in the 90s, but like Myra and Steve their love for each other was strong, and they weren’t afraid to show it.

6. Whitley and Dwayne

Okay, Whitley and Dwayne might actually be tied with Martin & Gina for the 90’s favorite TV couple. Whitley definitely put Dwayne through the ringer, but it was definitely worth it in the end when he put that ring on her finger!

7. Will & Lisa

Will and Lisa got together toward the end of the show’s run, but it was still dope to watch them together on the show.  We wish there could’ve been more to the storyline.  As a matter of fact, we’re down for a “Fresh Prince” remake.

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