This was comedy gold.
For the Emmys, Issa Rae reflects on being a Black creative and pitching her first-ever television show in Hollywood.
SZA and Issa Rae is the midweek quiz we didn’t know we needed.
And just in case you were wondering, the shade was most definitely real between Orji and her fictitious character.
For Black women, our friendships are more than comforting. They're necessary for our survival.
Insecure’s season finale "Lowkey Lost" premiered Sunday night and Black Twitter watched together as a collective family.
Condola Rashad 'Had A Fangirl' Moment When Issa Rae Revealed She Inspired 'Insecure' Character's Name
"It’s my paternal grandmother’s name,” she tells ESSENCE.
Jéan Elie of 'Insecure' Talks Playing Ahmal And Why He Refuses To Portray A Stereotypical Black Gay Man On-Screen
"He's a different version of what a gay Black man can look like."
Lowkey, these besties serve hair and makeup looks for seasons.