Issa Rae took to Twitter to shut down pregnancy rumors after fans speculated the actress was pregnant.
Issa Rae played it cool when recently asked about her role in the upcoming animated superhero film, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) despite all the excitement around her involvement.
Today on the "Hot Spot" includes both heartbreaking and heartwarming news, with Issa Rae and Airbnb teaming up to make her L.A. home into a weekend getaway for Valentine's Day plus the mother of late Miss USA winner Cheslie Kryst speaking out on the depression that led to her daughter's unfortunate suicide.
Issa Rae is serving on the digital cover of Coveteur Magazine where she opened up about what's next after "Insecure," success in her 30s and succeeding in Hollywood.
Issa Rae took to Twitter to respond to the conversation surrounding "Insecure's" usage of the AKA Sorority logo on the season 5 premiere of the series.
Insecure is back, and so are the emotions the show always invokes out of its viewers.
As Insecure says "BYVE" with its last and final season debuting this Sunday on HBO, the cast takes over the cover of Entertainment Weekly. Take a look at the digital cover inside.
In an interview, actress Issa Rae shared how one piece of advice that she got from a former co-worker about including a white character in her shows to gain greater attention proved to be on the money, and how she has since backed away from doing it as Insecure comes to an end after five successful seasons.