Actress\/writer\/director\/producer\/web series creator Issa Rae was a guest on the popular radio show The Breakfast Club. She responded to Trick Daddys negative and critical comments about black women. Trick went on a rant \u201cThese Spanish, these white hos \u2026 they done started getting finer than a ,\u2019\u201d he stated. \u201cY\u2019all black hos betta tighten up,\u201d Trick continued. \u201cI\u2019m telling you, tighten up. Y\u2019all doin all that extra for nothin\u2019; you not achieving nothin\u2019, bitch.\u201d Issa says "People are always coming for black women, but he does not matter"! Since the premiere of Awkward Black Girl, Rae has developed her own YouTube platform where she features various content created by people of color. Rae's shows have garnered over 20 million views and over 200,000 subscribers on YouTube. Rae created Awkward Black Girl because she felt the Hollywood stereotypes of African-American women were limiting and she could not relate to them: I felt like my voice was missing, and the voices of other people that I really respect and admire and want to see in the mainstream are missing As of 2016, Rae is the creator, co-writer and star of the HBO series Insecure, which is partially based on Awkward Black Girl. The interview is great, she is a very talented and vibrant person.