Daniel Kaluuya kicked off The 78th Annual Golden Globe Award after winning Best Supporting Actor for his role as Chairman Fred Hampton in Judas & The Black Messiah. During his acceptance speech, he thanked his family, the film’s director Shaka King, the late Fred Hampton, and more.
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“It takes a village to raise a film,” stated the UK actor. When speaking on Hampton, Kaluuya expressed the hope for people to be inspired by Hampton’s legacy after watching the film.
The inspiring speech was met with some technical issues, dubbed as “bad connection by award presenter, “Laura Dern.”
After Kaluuya got word of the tech issues, he pointed directly into the camera to express how he felt.
“You doing me dirty,” he repeated multiple times. “Am I on?” he asked before going into his acceptance speech. Not even national televised annual award shows are exempt from the connection dooms of Zoom.