In Girls Like Us! Season 3, Zoi' and Keisha are preparing to finally say I do at their lakeside home in Hyde Park on the South Side of Chicago. Meanwhile, Zoi's best friend (and Keisha's sister) AJ gets caught cheating on her pregnant wife of ten years, Diane ? and all that COULD go wrong DOES go wrong! This is just ather hysterical season of the ups and downs in the lives of two fine-ass best friends by the name of Zoi' and AJ, who just happen to be lesbians! Go figure! Photographer: Phunky Pho's
Anike Bay - aka Iris Montgomery-Ilori - is the author of Little Iris' First Day of School, Little Iris' First-Grade Field Trip to Jet Magazine, Girls Like Us! Season 1, 2, and 4. In addition, She's also a nineteen-time nominated award winning******* director, writer, and producer of the hit movies Girls Like Us (2013) and Girls Like Us 2.0! The Hustle! - The Game (2014) and the hit music video entitled, Woman To Woman! She grew up on the South Side of Chicago, in the Englewood community, where she attended Charles W. Earle School, from Head Start through eighth grade. she went on to attend Mather High School on the North Side for 11/2 years before transferring to, and graduating from William Rainey Harper High School. She also attended Eastern Illinois University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, and she's currently pursuing her MPA of Independent Filming and Digital Imaging at Governors State University south of Chicago. She's also a member on the Illinois Safe School Alliance Board, and she have a weekly Gospel Talk Show Tuesdays at 6 pm on WGBX AM 1570 here in Chicago, where she gives out words of inspiration and talk politics. Now, she's currently working on two books, Girls Like Us! Season 5, and She Had Me At Hello, Too!, as well as three screenplays entitled, Tell It To Jesus, She Had Me At Hello, and She Had Me At Hello, Too. And, although she have a strong desire to continue writing both children's books and other kinds of novellas and screenplays for people to read, she admits she's more interested in becoming the number-one filmmaker in the world as well as winning an Academy Award and NAACP Award for Best Director, Best Screenplay, and for Best Picture! Last but not least, Anike Bay's grandfather has Irish ancestry (Engram/Ingram) and her grandma Suki, grandma Suki Johnson, and grandma Susie Engram all have Cherokee Indian ancestry. And, she joined the Illinois Safe School Alliance to help continue the fight to promote safety, support, and healthy development for lesbians, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) youth, in Illinois schools and communities, through advocacy, education, youth organizing and research.