"I signed up to be Married at First Sight because I wanted to find my person. I wanted someone that I could experience life with, someone to grow with and build lifelong memories with," Meka told E! News.
"I think the reason my marriage didn't work out was because it was built on lies. Michael wasn't honest about who he was and that affected the marriage in a huge way. We had other struggles, of course, but everything else I think we could've overcome."
Meka and Michael from the Washington, D.C. area were matched by Dr. Pepper Schwartz, Dr. Viviana Coles and Pastor Calvin Roberson to wed on Married at First Sight's tenth season.
Meka and Michael's marriage got off to a great start because they were both well-intentioned and attracted to each other, but things came crashing down on Meka quickly when Michael allegedly gave her an ultimatum they needed to have sex on their honeymoon or else he'd want out.
As the season progressed, Meka accused Michael of constantly lying about his job, finances and more.
She wasn't sure she could trust her husband and blamed Michael for not taking accountability for his actions or being considerate of her feelings and needs.
As shown on "Decision Day" last week, Meka said the biggest problem in her marriage was Michael's deception, and she feared his habit of telling lies might never change.
Meka told E! News, "In the future I hope that Michael can look back on this experience and really get the help that he needs so that he can be prepared to enter into a relationship. For myself, I am beyond hopeful that I will find the man of my dreams."
Meka gave her marriage to Michael everything she had, but after an "extremely challenging" and "really hard" eight weeks, she chose to end their relationship.
"I still don't know who he is as a person. And honestly, I don't know how much of what he's told me is true and how much of it is not true. So for that reason, I do want a divorce," Meka said during the couple's final meeting with the show's experts.
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"For me, I don't believe in divorce," Michael said in reply, wishing he had been straightforward with Meka earlier on. "I'm disappointed... [but] I have to live with the consequences of that."
On the reunion special that just aired on Wednesday night, Meka had trouble coming up with a single thing she liked about her husband during their relationship.
"It was crazy to watch how much I went through" on television," Meka said on the reunion.
"This was my life for two months. Like, two months of begging somebody to just be honest. And watching it back, that's only a portion of it. It's mind-boggling to me."
Meka even accused Michael of lying again at the reunion about him supposedly being a yoga instructor.
However, Michael apologized to Meka for "inconsistencies" in conversations they had throughout their marriage, admitting he could have been a better man for her. And Meka apologized for being "too harsh" and not soft enough with Michael sometimes.
Lifetime also announced earlier this week it will air Season 7 of Married at First Sight: Australia -- which premiered in Australia in February and aired it's finale Down Under earlier this month -- beginning next month.