Pack your bags: Insecure star Issa Rae wants to give you a taste of the West Coast from her vantage point.
If you're not quite ready to part ways with her California-based dramedy—one of the most fashionable TV shows that's equal parts stylish, emotional and relatable—allow this much-anticipated Airbnb experience to be your final celebration of Insecure.
“Since my series debuted in 2016, it’s been an honor to showcase the people, culture and businesses that make South LA such a vibrant part of the city,” the actress said in a statement.
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How to stay at 'Insecure' star Issa Rae's Airbnb:
Now, you can live out your Insecure dreams as if Issa, Molly and Lawrence are right beside you. From February 12 to 14, 2022, two guests will be able to cash in on "Welcome to South LA" for $56 per night. Not only will they get full reign of a chic, modern Los Angeles pad, but they'll get a virtual check-in with the actress herself and access to all-things Insecure.
A few of the perks include a “Game Day” dinner for two, courtesy of Worldwide Tacos, access to Rae's personal local guidebook (which features spots such as Eso Won Books, My 2 Cents and Supervsn Studios) and products from Sienna Naturals hair care for the ultimate #SpaNightRoutine.
Rae continued: “I became an Airbnb Host to create a stay where fans of the show can experience this for themselves. From dinner by Worldwide Tacos on game day, to art from my favorite local artists on the walls—this is LA, my way.”
If Issa Dee can manage apartments, surely *eye* can manage an @Airbnb 👀🏡: https://t.co/12HNnslhPc pic.twitter.com/Y39ybwObj0February 2, 2022
Booking opens at 10am PT on February 8 for one stay on February 12-14 for $56 a night, according to Airbnb.
Fingers crossed we'll see you in LA! Be sure to catch all five seasons of Rae's iconic series on HBO Max.
Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment.
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