The final season of HBO's hit series Insecure premiered on Sunday, and while there has been a lot of discussion surrounding Issa and Molly's friendship, her breakup with Lawrence, and Kelli's comedic presence, it was Tiffany DuBois donning Black sorority paraphernalia that got social media talking the next day. 

On the show, Tiffany, played by actress/comedian Amanda Seales, is an alumnus of Stanford University and a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. During Sunday's premiere, the four friends went back to their stomping grounds for their 10-year reunion and throughout the episode, Seales was spotted wearing salmon pink and apple green to commemorate her membership to the AKA sorority. In one scene, Seales even wore the organization's famous shield and Greek letters. This caused quite a bit of confusion online from those who thought Seales had actually pledged. 

The actress took to social media to clear the air, dispelling long-standing rumors that she was affiliated with the AKAs.

Following Seales' post, several members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha organization took to social media to call out Insecure and the show's creator, Issa Rae, demanding that they cease use of the group's branding. 

Issa Rae caught wind of the conversation and responded only as Issa Rae would.

While some of the discourse around the paraphernalia was negative, some people felt it was overexaggerated. 

Whether you're a member of the Greek Life or a "GDI," where do you stand on this Insecure conversation?