Remember The Woman Who Inspired The #UNameItChallenge? The Grammys Didn't.

Please learn to distinguish one black person from another.
Caesar is an <a href="" target="_blank" role="link" class=" js-entry-link cet-external-link" data-vars-item-name="11 time" data-vars-item-type="text" data-vars-unit-name="58a1393ae4b0ab2d2b16abde" data-vars-unit-type="buzz_body" data-vars-target-content-id="" data-vars-target-content-type="url" data-vars-type="web_external_link" data-vars-subunit-name="article_body" data-vars-subunit-type="component" data-vars-position-in-subunit="0">11 time</a> Grammy winner.
Caesar is an 11 time Grammy winner.
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Gospel singer Shirley Caesar gave life to our social media feeds in November by inspiring the viral #UNameItChallenge. But her significance seems to have been lost on whoever created one of the video montages for this year’s Grammys.

In the video dedicated to the Grammys’ Lifetime Achievement Award winners, of which Caesar was this year’s recipient, viewers saw footage of fellow gospel singer Cece Winans where Caesar should have appeared.

Not only did the video’s creators seem misinformed as to what the singer looked like, they also misspelled her last name.


The 2017 Grammy Awards Ceremony