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Issa Rae’s Reaction to Recent Pregnancy Rumors Is Hilarious

“I didn’t suck my stomach in for ONE press pic and y’all impregnanted me. Wow…”

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LOS ANGELES - FEB 8: Issa Rae at the Guild of Music Supervisors Awards at The Theatre at Ace Hotel on February 8, 2018 in Los Angeles, CA. (Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com)

Issa Rae is one of many celebrities who uses social media to engage with their fans. The Insecure creator took to Twitter Thursday dispelling rumors that she was pregnant by her fiancé, Senegalese businessman Louis Diame.

Hilarity ensued after Rae retweeted a message from a fan accusing the actor and show runner of delaying her HBO series Insecure because she was expecting a child. The notoriously funny star replied, “… I didn’t suck my stomach in for ONE press pic and y’all impregnated me. Wowwwwwww.”

Comments from the curious fan came days after HBO confirmed the fourth season of Rae’s Insecure wouldn’t be released until 2020 due to her hectic schedule.

Fresh off of a press run for the film Little, Rae’s slated to appear in the upcoming HBO limited series The Dolls and star alongside LaKeith Stanfield in the Will Packer-produced romantic comedy The Photograph.

Rae’s Insecure co-stars Jay Ellis and Yvonne Orji confirmed her engagement during the red carpet for the NAACP Image Awards.

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