The 2022 Golden Globe nominations were presented at the Beverly Hilton in California on Monday, and to the surprise of everyone, rapper Snoop Dogg came out to announce the nominees.

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Sporting a red cap that had the words “Murder Was the Case” on it, referencing his hit 1993 song (which is being adapted into a series for Starz), Snoop announced nominees for each category, but he got stuck on one name, reports Business Insider.

While presenting the best supporting actor in a motion picture category, he mispronounced actor Ben Affleck’s name.

He first said “Ben Effla” but quickly correcting himself and said Affleck’s name correctly. “My fault,” he said to those inside the Beverly Hilton ballroom watching the presentation, followed by a laugh.

“Sorry about that, Ben,” he said.

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Next time, he pronounced his name rightly.

Affleck is nominated in the category for his performance in “The Tender Bar,” George Clooney’s latest directing effort, in which Affleck plays the uncle of a young boy looking for guidance.

The Hollywood Foreign Press organized event will take place on January 9.  

This time the Golden Globes might not be aired, which has been a cause of concern for some. NBC, which usually airs the award ceremony has stated that the Hollywood Foreign Press needs to make some changes organizationally before NBC can partner with them.

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These comments come after the parent corporation has been accused of not having any black members. Further, president Phil Berk landed the organization in deeper trouble, when a leaked email showed him calling Black Lives Matter a hate movement.