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HBOs Insecure Block Party

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While sitting on a panel at a For Your Consideration screening, Issa Rae got candid about what Insecure means to Black womanhood.

“I think it just reflects a part of black womanhood that hasn’t been reflected for a while,” Issa said, according to Just Jared. “I mean, you mentioned Girlfriends, that was like about 20 years ago, and we haven’t really had our stories told in a modern, successful way recently. That’s also not to say that it represents all of black womanhood — or all of womanhood — it could never, but it is the slice. And I’m just grateful that people respond to it, because they could easily see it and be like, ‘That’s not me, f*ck this show!’ But a lot of people are like, ‘Oh, this is me,’ and that’s cool.”

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Season 4 won’t hit the small screen until 2020, but we’re patiently waiting!

Twenty Celebrates It's Official Launch At TAO Los Angeles

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After splitting from her bestie, Jordyn Woods has decided to step away from reality television and upgrade her acting resume.

People reports the 21-year-old will be joining the cast of Grown-ish as a freshman student named Dee. The site states Dee is a “sweet soul with a soft-spoken and sincere vulnerability.” “The star will most likely be sharing most of her scenes with star Trevor Jackson, who plays Aaron, the RA of Hawkins Dorm,” the site goes on to report.

See her first photo below.

Too dope!!

Stranger Things Season 3

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The Stranger Things kids are growing up before our very eyes. In a recent interview with ET, actress Millie Bobby Brown alluded to as much, saying her character Eleven “evolves greatly.” “…And I can say its spreading fast. And that’s all I can tell you,” she adds.

Season 3 hits Netflix July 4. See the new character posters here – the cast looks scared to death!

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