Men On Twitter Are Really Claiming To Be Members Of The #LawrenceHive, And They Aren't Ashamed

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These men also don't claim to be f*ckboys. Hmm...

Black Twitter watched Insecure as a collective family on Sunday Night and the reactions were everything you'd think they would be.

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Picking up right where it left off at the end of season 1, the HBO hit drama once again divided our timelines in the great #TeamIssa vs. #TeamLawrence debate. 

Moments before the premiere debuted, one thing was explicitly clear: the #LawrenceHive was in strong attendance to the Internet watch party happening on Twitter. Throughout the episode, men (and some women too) claimed their allegiance while rooting for Issa's ex throughout all of his shady behavior, homelessness and alleged f*ckboy behavior.

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Bringing Lawrence to life on the timeline, star Jay Ellis set out a hive call to the members of his tribe in preparation for the night. 

https://twitter.com/JayREllis/status/889296585749909505

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https://twitter.com/HairlineGod/status/889321180439736320

https://twitter.com/ChelsIsRight/status/889314609374662656

https://twitter.com/JTaylor8_/status/889337366535524352

https://twitter.com/thisisrory/status/889320370796470274

Men were so hype for the conjuring of the #LawrenceHive, they even got shirts. That's right, shirts.

No matter whose side you're on, the return of Insecure had us all shook and the best part? We still have a whole season to go!

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