‘Insecure' Star Jay Ellis Claps Back At Man Who Thinks Discussing Toxic Masculinity Is Dissing Black Men
7 monthes ago - By Essence
Ever since Issa Rae hinted that the upcoming season of her hit HBO show, Insecure, would tackle toxic Black masculinity and its effect on Black women, it was clear the social media debates that would ensue would be epic.
The series' showrunner, Prentice Penny, tweeted, “I can't wait for August 12th!!!” while others wondered just how the show would approach the issue.
Still, some men were upset at the mere idea that Insecure would explore the issue of toxic masculinity this season. One particular Twitter user, Curtis Scoon, went on an extended rant about Black women in Hollywood like Ava...
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