Another week of Insecure and we’re left confused, disappointed, and wondering if these characters will ever get their lives together. Lawrence by far was the least interesting part of the episode, but seems to be growing in his personal and professional development.
Apparently, I’m not
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This episode started off hot and ended hot n heavy, but we’ll get to that. After, being used and tossed to the side Lawrence is yearning for Issa again, especially since Tasha is no longer around to validate him. Issa is in full ho phase
There is nothing like the rush of confidence you feel when you finally start getting your groove back – you’re looking good, feeling great, at the top of the food chain living your best life. That’s kind of where Lawrence and Issa were at when
Last week’s emotional roller coaster led to some pretty real decisions being made by Molly, Issa, and Lawrence. This week, we pick up with our favorite protagonists trying to test out their new lives with varying degrees of success.
One of my favorite things about Insecure
I was in Lagos last summer when Adekunle Gold’s debut album, Gold dropped under the YBNL label. In passing, I heard this gentle guy on the radio, humbly talking about his work, and thought, Ok, this is something different. The first chance I got, I
After last week’s total mind-boggling, jaw-dropping, record-scratching moment between Issa and Lawrence, it’s no surprise that season 2 episode 2 had Issa (and the rest of us) struggling with Hella Questions in its wake. It was a jam-packed episode to say the least. Dealing with