Updated: Jul 9, 2018
Issa Rae recently honored Black 90s comedy staples in her recent feature for GQ magazine. In various images, you can see her shoutout to Moesha, Fresh Prince of Bel Aire, A Different World and Family Matters as their iconic lead characters. She is making it known amongst us, the Black family, as well as the out-of-culture viewers, that she knows where she came from in order to stand on the Hollywood platform she has today.
In the GQ article, Issa speaks about what it took for her to create her hit series Insecure with HBO, her personal fears of failure (or the absence of it?), and what 90s comedy meant to her.
Read the full article here.