"Her. That's it. That's the post."
Just look at these photos of Issa Rae and Yvonne Orji 😭.
“Why we love TikTok is the community of it all. There’s dangerous trends like dry-scooping, but then there’s also this whole supportive community, and everybody said that was basically why they kept posting more — but also why it helped the healing process.”
Long-Time Spider-Man Fan Issa Rae Is Going To Be The Next Spider-Woman, And She Shared An Adorable Spidey-Throwback
"The way I have loved Spider-Man since the third grade. A dream come true."
You can bet your butt that Bowen Yang's iceberg bit is on this list.
"I would like to thank the fans..."
That's right: Twilight was directed by a woman!!!
No one compares to Sandra Bullock and Bill Pullman in While You Were Sleeping.
"I love the internet."
"I'm just here to help."
"The Twilight soundtrack really dodged a bullet by existing before I made music..."
Jay (Lawrence) forgot to warn his mom and grandmother about all the sex scenes.
"We always planned to tell this story through five seasons."
I can't stop thinking about Anya Taylor-Joy in The Queen's Gambit and Zendaya in Euphoria.
"I'm still freaking out that you know who I am..."
27 Made-Up Songs From TV And Movies That Are So Good, They Would Definitely Top The Charts If They Were Real
Having fun isn't hard when you've got a library card — AMIRITE?
You have to see it.
Plus, Issa reveals the A-list actors she'd most like to work with in the future.
Just Wright or The Photograph?
#LawrenceHive loses again.
If you think Issa and Lawrence belong together, then excuse yourself from taking this poll.
Rae talks to us about The Lovebirds and the real-life experiences that inspired this season of Insecure. Plus, Ariana and Gaga have blessed us with the perfect summer bop.
We can't all be Issa!
"It was a breath of fresh air."
How can something be so beautiful and yet, so scary?
Are you more Mae or Michael?
Issa Rae of light, amirite?
Catch up on all the stories we can't stop talking about from Did You See This?
I Just Watched The Trailer For "A Black Lady Sketch Show," And I'm 100% Sure TV Will Never Be The Same
"Whew the amount of talent in this trailer is outstanding and the music? This really is about to be one of the best shows ever."
You are what you eat!
Issa Rae, Regina Hall, And Marsai Martin Revealed Their Skin Care Routines And I'm Buying Everything
The stars of Little shared their words of wisdom regarding handling friendships, being confident, and maintaining their radiant skin.
“For him to invest so much, to be of the community, and then to be gunned down in that same area is just heartbreaking.”
From Captain Marvel to The Lion King, and Us to Pokémon Detective Pikachu, there are a lot of new films to be excited about this year. In chronological order!
We laughed, we cried, we gasped — here are the moments we can’t forget from Infinity War, Jane the Virgin, Widows, and more. Warning: MAJOR SPOILERS ahead.
Hollywood has turned Angie Thomas's debut novel, centered on the Black Lives Matter movement, into a film. So what does she do next?
From Malibu to Coachella to everywhere in between, we got y’all.
Out of the 26 winners, only three were people of color.
Are you Issa, Molly, Kelli, or Tiffany?
"Dro opened the door to another woman’s house WITH HIS OWN KEY to say, “don’t worry about what me and my wife do!"
From broken p***y to dry p***y, somethings never change.
"What's on fleek?"
The new season demonstrates that, at its core, Issa Rae’s HBO comedy revolves around two characters, neither of whom is called Lawrence. (Warning: Light spoilers ahead.)
Issa Rae Had Some Choice Words For The #LawrenceHive's Undying Support Of Their Favorite "Insecure" Character
Nice and succinct: "Shut the fuck up."
CoverGirl's latest Exhibitionist Lipstick campaign features Insecure star Issa Rae and three of her best friends throwing hilarious shade at each other.
"I don't want any pre-bias on the character," Jordan said. "Sometimes writers write what they know, what their encounters of us would be and that's a slight bias."
"It's called fashion, Becky!!! Look it up." — Me.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards was held in Brooklyn, NY on Monday night.
Don't worry. We got y'all.
"This just gets better and better the longer you look at it."
Who needs the grid anymore?
Get ready for some major hair inspo *screenshots everything*
And, there's more where that came from.
We are not worthy.
Uhhh guys, that's not Issa Rae.
"Wait, what did you say?"
These Two Actresses Threw A Random House Party And All Your Fave Celebs Attended, So Naturally We Have Questions
"Looking at pics from the #LemonPepperKickback wondering why I wasn't invited..."
She tells BuzzFeed about the first time she wore foundation, and how her friends were like, "Girl, no."
Are you more of a Lawrence or a Daniel?
Natasha Rothwell never expected how quickly opportunities would come her way after her first TV writing job, but that doesn’t mean she wasn’t ready for them.
"I would say that it’s not dated if that’s the conversation that we hear, even in the writers room, because everybody doesn’t feel the same way," Insecure writer Regina Hicks told BuzzFeed News about the show's latest episode, "Hella Blows."
So much slayage by Taraji, Issa, SZA, and more!
What do you mean WE got y'all?
PETTY days are here again.
The show may change, but his perfection stays the same.
"So apparently Jay-Z's "Moonlight" video is appropriating white culture but Friends being a rip(spin)off of 'Living Single' isn't."
"Dick on E, bank account on E, life on E."
The creator-star also discussed the importance of Issa and Molly's friendship on the show.
"I just want to see more of us on screen, because Black History Month is a month, but black people are forever, and they've always been forever." —Kofi Siriboe
Liquor, prayer, and activism.
Our picks for the best in black entertainment this year.
HER FAAAACE. [Updated]
The comedian’s HBO show celebrates the city with rich landscapes and a soundtrack that captures LA's laid-back mood — and sticks with viewers long after the credits roll.
After commenting nightly on an election that has felt like the end of the world, Insecure and other behind-the-camera projects are keeping the former late-night host levelheaded.
She's an expert, after all.
Black women have always been integral to comedy — from Moms Mabley to Whoopi – and have set the stage for stars like Leslie Jones, Jessica Williams, and Issa Rae. So why must black women in comedy still fight for recognition?
"Issa, what's on fleek?"
At the same damn time.
Something magical just happened on Twitter. #blackgirlmagic
From navigating foodie problems to dealing with asshole co-workers, we asked writer and producer Issa Rae for advice based on her new book, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl.